Your Freudian Personality Style is:
Self-controlled, sober, and seemingly mild-mannered, you have great facility with analytical arguments, which you use as a double-edged sword, pointing them as much at yourself as you do at others. Socially, you are a bit impassive and vacuous, and you may attach yourself to someone (such as a significant other or female parent) whom you perceive to be better at social interaction and 'all the emotional stuff' than you are, thus neglecting the development of yourself in that area. Metaphorically, your personality style may be likened to a five-year-old who is aware that he is not the favorite child in the family but at the same time wishes that he were. As a result of this envy, you have developed a compensative attitude where you dismantle the dominance of others by analytically picking apart their activities, laying bare their weaknesses and exposing the special treatment that they have received and the double standards they live by. However, while it may seem like you are just being equitable and even-handed, your true motivations are nevertheless personal envy and a longing to compensate for your frustrated need to dominate. One proof of these ignoble motives that underlie your seemingly noble actions is that you sometimes go overboard in your exposition when exposing the flaws of someone whom you perceive to be 'mightier' than you, and that when doing so you can even become a bit moralistic and persecuting, in marked contradistinction to your usual easygoing self.