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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    I couldn't read the profile for that one - what kind of child is it supposed to be?
    Neither; I only imagine that it would be a rather unfortunate moniker to bear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    I couldn't read the profile for that one - what kind of child is it supposed to be?
    pretty sure it would be the opposite of anal-retentive, so messy, disorganized, uncontrolled? tbh i think that would fit me better than the result i got.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chickpea View Post
    pretty sure it would be the opposite of anal-retentive, so messy, disorganized, uncontrolled? tbh i think that would fit me better than the result i got.
    Yeah, that's what I was thinking. I was just wondering what type of child would be used as the metaphor. I might go back and try to get that result. I feel more like a classic hysteric with a mix of anal-expulsive thrown in the mix.
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    Your Freudian Personality Style is:

    Retentive hysteric

    Polite, gentle, and unusually placid, you have comparatively little interest in interpersonal relationships with others and can be alone for long periods of time without feeling lonely. Having from an early age found that your own perceptions were at odds with those of others, you have retreated into an internal world of imagination and private perceptions. When others come into contact with you, they tend to perceive you as having an asexual presentation, often with stiff and affectively constricted, child-like manners (which may themselves come across as attractive, encouraging fantasies of domination in others). Metaphorically, your personality style may be likened to a teenage girl whose uterus is so afraid of impregnation that it shuts off every mating signal that the individual is able to produce, including charm and emotional presence. In the same way, the actual you may have marked difficulties with gender roles, giving others the psychological (though not necessarily physical) impression of an oddly a-gendered individual or prepubescent child. Like the teenage girl whose uterus contracted to shut off its activities entirely, others tend to experience you as having little positive or negative emotionality, but only a certain 'flatness,' attesting again to the fact that you come across as having 'retired' a bit into yourself. Apparently detached and somewhat indifferent to socializing and interpersonal affairs, little do others know, however, that because you do not hinge your thoughts and feelings on accepted social mores, you are actually capable of great creativity and originality when left to your own devices.



    That's my new second favorite metaphor (the first one is the five-year-old with his genitals).

    So poetic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    Yeah, that's what I was thinking. I was just wondering what type of child would be used as the metaphor. I might go back and try to get that result. I feel more like a classic hysteric with a mix of anal-expulsive thrown in the mix.
    has to do with potty training, so anal retentive would be a child who was potty-trained too early perhaps and anal-expulsive is just shitting all over the place

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    Your Freudian Personality Style is:
    Oral-receptive


    Being inherently passive and acquiescent, you often feel tense at the prospect of having responsibility placed on your shoulders and having to fend for yourself. Chances are that you resort to biting your nails and smothering yourself in comfort foods (such as ice cream and milky beverages) in order to relieve this tension. Inwardly, you are afraid that if you don't accommodate others and give in to their wishes, they will get angry and withdraw from you, leaving you with no one in your corner to fend for you. This prospect is inherently terrifying to you, because you feel that you cannot trust your own judgment or "make it on your own." Hence, you worry a lot about pleasing people and obtaining their approval, internalizing their ideas as your own and going to great lengths in order to avoid confrontation. Metaphorically, your personality style may be described as an overweaned infant smothered in breast milk. Due to the overavailability of nurture and care early in life, you learned that you could get by simply by passively sucking down the milk instead of developing your own skills.



    "Overavailability of nurture and care early in life"? You asked if my parents had provided more for me than others, quiz, and I answered in the negative. "You learned that you could get by [...] instead of developing your own skills," is laughably off-base.

    I will totally comp to being "inherently passive and acquiescent", and of course I sometimes feel tense when having responsibility placed on my shoulders, but no more than most I'd think. If it's something I'm very good at or experienced with I feel great about having that responsibility. And I do tend very much to avoid confrontation, but not for fear people will "get angry and withdraw from [me]".


    This quiz is pretty bad. It tries too hard to be negative, throwing crap at a wall and hoping it sticks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chickpea View Post
    has to do with potty training, so anal retentive would be a child who was potty-trained too early perhaps and anal-expulsive is just shitting all over the place
    I'll have to consult my mom about how easy/hard it was to potty-train me. O: Unfortunately I don't think I can ask about my uterus though.
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    Well gee, who could have possibly guessed this? LOL.


    Your Freudian Personality Style is:

    Anal-retentive

    Seeking order and tidiness around you, you are set in your ways and most likely feel that everything you do should be impeccable and above criticism. You are meticulous at your job, a hard worker, and more competent at what you do than most. But your accomplishments come at a price: Inwardly you are beset by incessant worrying and prone to punish yourself in your thoughts when you make a mistake. To avoid the dread of being in error, you establish firm rules and fixed procedures that it takes considerable effort and persuasion to get you to deviate from. Metaphorically, your personality style may be described as the toddler who over-internalized the demands of potty training, striving to keep the fecal matter in, even after it was safe to 'let go.' As a result, the adult you is penny-pinching and has a hard time parting with worn-out objects, even after they should have been discarded. In social situations you likewise have trouble 'letting loose' and come across as disciplined, constricted, and a bit reserved.
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    Cool genitals test

    Your Freudian Personality Style is:
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    Vain, aggressive, and self-centered, you are preoccupied with matters of power and dominance. Metaphorically, your personality style may be described as the five-year-old who discovered that his genitals were able to provide him with a sense of pleasure, and who was immensely proud to have made this discovery. Flaunting his genitals to the world and believing himself to be special because of them, the five-year-old you did not learn to associate achievement with effort, thinking instead that achievement was something that followed passively from one's intrinsic magnificence. As a result, the adult you has an easy time convincing himself that he is superior to others and often feels entitled to special treatment, even though you may have developed little in the way of actual skills to act as a foundation for your affected superiority.

    Additionally, the five-year-old you mistook the pleasurable sensations that his genitals were able to provide for the very reason for having genitals, knowing nothing about their wider reproductive purposes. In the same way, the adult you is often confused with regards to his own thoughts and motivations, steering mindlessly towards praise and gratification, while ignoring the wider questions of fairness and reciprocity. Since in your mind, success depends on intrinsic magnificence, and not on conscious effort, you are wont to believe that any criticism of you, or denial of gratification that you feel entitled to, is really is a denial of your intrinsic worth and a mean-spirited attempt to take it away - a castration attempt, as it were. Hence, the adult you tends to lose all sense of proportion when criticized, overreacting and responding in full force to even the mildest of criticisms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post
    Your Freudian Personality Style is:
    Oral-receptive


    Being inherently passive and acquiescent, you often feel tense at the prospect of having responsibility placed on your shoulders and having to fend for yourself. Chances are that you resort to biting your nails and smothering yourself in comfort foods (such as ice cream and milky beverages) in order to relieve this tension. Inwardly, you are afraid that if you don't accommodate others and give in to their wishes, they will get angry and withdraw from you, leaving you with no one in your corner to fend for you. This prospect is inherently terrifying to you, because you feel that you cannot trust your own judgment or "make it on your own." Hence, you worry a lot about pleasing people and obtaining their approval, internalizing their ideas as your own and going to great lengths in order to avoid confrontation. Metaphorically, your personality style may be described as an overweaned infant smothered in breast milk. Due to the overavailability of nurture and care early in life, you learned that you could get by simply by passively sucking down the milk instead of developing your own skills.



    "Overavailability of nurture and care early in life"? You asked if my parents had provided more for me than others, quiz, and I answered in the negative. "You learned that you could get by [...] instead of developing your own skills," is laughably off-base.

    I will totally comp to being "inherently passive and acquiescent", and of course I sometimes feel tense when having responsibility placed on my shoulders, but no more than most I'd think. If it's something I'm very good at or experienced with I feel great about having that responsibility. And I do tend very much to avoid confrontation, but not for fear people will "get angry and withdraw from [me]".


    This quiz is pretty bad. It tries too hard to be negative, throwing crap at a wall and hoping it sticks.
    Yeah, I got the same crap. The questions aren't really capturing the data they think it is... or at least their end descriptions are cliched extremes. For example, one can "feel" a certain way to answer a question a certain way, but this doesn't necessarily translate to end behavior which is what their descriptions focus on. Or perhaps you exhibited certain behaviors in the past but have risen above them now.


    Your Freudian Personality Style is: Oral-receptive

    ORAL-RECEPTIVE 77%
    ORAL-AGGRESSIVE 64%
    ANAL-EXPULSIVE 48%
    ANAL-RETENTIVE 32%
    PHALLIC-AGGRESSIVE 62%
    PHALLIC-COMPENSATIVE 56%
    CLASSIC HYSTERIC 44%
    RETENTIVE HYSTERIC 58%
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