Is probably the singularly most unsettling thing to ever exist on the internet
agh I love these things they’re so bizarre
it says for me: Either an ascetic personality is evident or you feel that you are steeling yourself for the difficulties ahead in life by withdrawing from the pleasures of the world. There is a feeling that hard work and dedication are what’s needed to solve your problems, and this can become a mania if satisfaction is not found in a reasonable time frame.
To others you will likely seem introverted and suspicious. Disappointment has lead you to withdraw from the world and to seek solace in yourself. Ironically, you have a naturally naive and excitable personality that has previously led you astray or has caused problems socially. You are often afraid of your own enthusiasm. A constant fear of being exploited has lead you to a natural cynicism and a suspicious attitude.
omg I got scared I love and hate these ;A;
A lack of confidence is evident, most likely due to a sense that you may not achieve your immediate goals, whether professional or romantic. You are in a delicate state, having extended yourself into a new realm of experience, one which has not yet proven itself to be successful. A need for calm surroundings in which to strive for success is apparent.
Pressure and stress have left you feeling that the best course of action is immediate freeing escape. You are frustrated and have begun to weaken from the effort of facing your day to day problems. Sometimes the problems of the day can seem to come from deliberate antipathy of those around you, although this is often imagined.
I haven’t seen this around for a while, but when I do see it and take it, it’s always super accurate to how i’m feeling at the time..
You feel that life’s problems have backed you into a corner, which is causing you stress and anxiety. You are actively seeking a way out of your current problems. And though you have the ability to connect with others both physically and emotionally, any stress in your life can easily derail both, leading you to question yourself and your abilities.
A naturally strong will has been overtaxed with difficult life obstacles. At this point in the process, your stress and anxiety have risen to the point where you can no longer look at your problems objectively. Similarly, because of your strong will, you will have a very hard time stepping away from any difficulties that are not yet resolved. This creates an internal conflict which exacerbates the problem.
You feel frustrated in your attempts to make your will manifest itself in a relationship, either public or private. This frustration can be seen by others as an irritability or anxiety and occasionally as a tendency to drift into self-righteous anger. There is a feeling that society or people around you are holding you back, which can lead to moral exhaustion and a sense of apathy if allowed to fester. Ultimately, if this continues, you will long only to be alone.
Often you will seem restless and detached, or else unable to concentrate. It is likely that you are currently depressed. You are searching for a sense of belonging which has not materialized, and you fear that a current relationship or obstacle is preventing you from achieving your goals. If you are unable to control your situation, you will be unwilling to commit to an existing romantic relationship. It is likely however that you have desires that might be obtainable if you were more free to addressthem.
Oh this is a more depressing result than usual, and mine tend to be mildly depressing to start with.
“I don’t want you to apologize for being rich; I want you to acknowledge that in America, we all should have to pay our fair share. That our civics classes never taught us that being American means that—sorry, kiddies—you’re on your own. That those who have received much must be obligated to pay—not to give, not to “cut a check and shut up,” in Governor Christie’s words, but to pay—in the same proportion. That’s called stepping up and not whining about it. That’s called patriotism, a word the Tea Partiers love to throw around as long as it doesn’t cost their beloved rich folks any money.”—Stephen King: Tax Me, for F@%&’s Sake! - The Daily Beast (via bigredrobot)