Bob Daisley’s psyche follows an introverted flow. He knows himself and attempts to develop his inner resources to their maximum potential.
Bob Daisley is motivated by a need to work in common with other people and to share life’s pleasures and pain. His commitments to other people are of paramount importance to his personal development. This dependence may present difficulties with individual self-assertion and make it hard for him to make decisions alone. If he wants to achieve inner equilibrium, he must behave in such a way that his actions yield benefits to others as well as himself.
Bob Daisley is interested in the outside world, social affairs, and anything else that contributes to the growth and development of society as a whole. Clubs, organizations, and other forms of partnership attract his attention and motivate his behavior. He tries to protect himself from his subjectivity by adopting an impersonal approach to life. Devoted to the common cause, his destiny is no longer his alone. It is almost entirely controlled by the people whose cause he has espoused.
Bob Daisley is ambitious and has a natural tendency to better himself socially and intellectually. His ideas and aspirations are grandiose, and he will be eager to share them with others. Although he is kind-hearted, he enjoys being in control of situations. He derives great fulfillment from the role of the protector and will surround himself with people who need him. He is eager to obtain recognition and honor, but extremely fearful of disgrace. His visions derive from his ambitions, often aglow with idealism. However, they may be somewhat unrealistic and impractical. Social recognition and esteem are essential to him, and he will demonstrate an amazing ability to achieve the high goals he set for himself.
A struggle between two fundamentally opposite psychological tendencies is the salient feature of your psyche. However, mental skills and an ability to adapt to the reality principle predominate, though they are subject to impulses from dynamic and emotional principles. Intuition and practicality make a harmonious combination, yielding unusually clear insights into reality and its limitations. The resulting behavior patterns are efficient and practical. However, you may be a bit cautious and skeptical; your unwillingness to take risks may hold you back from gainful experiences, and you are only rarely eager to accept a challenge. Moreover, since your deepest emotions and feelings remain a mystery to you, your vision of the world is sometimes too rigid.
Bob Daisley is aware of a lack of confidence in himself and in life. Prone to apathy, as if deprived of optimism and cheerfulness at some time, he may often be discouraged by the strains of living. This reluctance to accept the challenges of existence, which he may perceive as a major problem, may be the result of a self-image which is elusive or flawed. Perhaps, as a child, he was not given the means to develop an ideal image due to the lack of an appropriate role model or caregiver. As a result, he is unable to move himself toward an improved, more positive disposition. He may reject any challenge that would enable him to surpass his current self, or accept it only after long meditation. Steeped in the awareness of his problem, he may be tormented and wish to change. Vigorous physical exercise and an effort to visualize an admirable figure would be beneficial to him, as well as a diet that includes vitality-bolstering vitamins and protein.
Bob Daisley struggles to understand the emotions of others, as he himself is not immune to the pain of emotions. He sees the emotional world as a foreign terrain, full of hidden dangers that must be avoided at all costs. If he were to become more familiar with it, it would only lead to more difficulty. He has a strong desire for emotional independence and might find it difficult to accept and understand the emotional needs of others. This could lead to dependency on others, as is seen as a threat. He represses his own feelings in an attempt to protect himself, but this only leads to more loneliness and fear.