Bobby Duke’s psyche follows an introverted flow. He knows himself and attempts to develop his inner resources to their maximum potential.
Bobby Duke is a person who is hesitant to team up with others. Due to their individualistic tendencies, they often try to free themselves from any outside influence. This often leaves them with a personal imprint on the world around them, which they often rebuff when help is offered. By working independently, they are able to accomplish their goals and ambitions.
Bobby Duke’s concern is his personal, subjective interest. Because the development of his personal identity requires great individual freedom of action, he tries to free himself from outer restraints and limitations. Egocentric and individualistic, he derives his feelings of inner security from his ability to command his will and handle his personal involvements freely and openly.
Bobby Duke felt the weight of the world on his shoulders. He tried to shake it off, but it was no use. The pressure was getting to him, and he knew it. He had been feeling it for weeks now, and he didn’t know how much longer he could take it. He had been feeling like there was a dark cloud over his head, and he didn’t know what to do about it. He had tried everything he could think of, but it just didn’t seem to be working. He was starting to get really scared, and he didn’t know what to do about it. He just wished the pressure would go away, but it just didn’t seem like that was going to happen.
You try to understand the feelings of others, but you find it difficult. You understand that other people have feelings, but you find it difficult to understand your own feelings. You see the emotional world as a foreign terrain, perhaps fraught with hidden dangers. Becoming familiar with it would present more drawbacks than advantages. As a result, you may appear to be cold or unemotional. You might struggle to establish a rewarding relationship, as you seek special individuals to bond with. If you were able to accept and understand your own emotions, you would have an easier time grappling with the emotions of others. You have a strong desire for emotional independence, and might have trouble seeing other people’s emotional needs. You might even be the first to deny that such needs are real. As a result, your dependency on others is unconscious. Because it is seen as such a threat, it is repressed. Actually, although you offer conscious resistance to anyone who tries to lure you out of your emotional bubble, you are always making tentative, half-conscious forays into the world of feelings, because your loneliness and fear are so unbearable.