If Beatrice Miller wants to improve and transform herself, the first step is to become aware of the weaknesses which may be holding her back and preventing her evolution. These might include her excessive independence, her fear of commitment, her eccentricity, her instability, and her fear of intimacy.
Beatrice Miller reacts peremptorily to all opposition and will brook no contradiction. Her desires are sometimes imperious, and she expresses them impulsively, by fits and starts, which may elicit resentment and antagonism in her partners. Life will force her to set more universal goals and centers of interest for herself. It would be a good idea for her to release some excess internal tension through physical exercise.