Jaret Wright has decided that it is time to become a better person. He has identified his weaknesses, and is working to improve upon them. He knows that he needs to be more understanding and considerate of others, and to loosen up a bit. He also recognizes that he needs to be more flexible, and to take more control in situations where he feels it is necessary. He is also scared of his emotions, but is willing to work on overcoming that fear.
Jaret Wright may experience discord in relationships. Although he is friendly and outgoing and commits himself to friendships and partnerships, he often finds it difficult to balance his own needs, desires, and goals with the objective reality of others and their individual desires and needs. To understand and overcome this problem, he should accept the idea that every relationship follows more or less the same general scheme: a base of intimacy and an accomplishment or purpose apart from the relationship itself. If he succeeds in defining, through discussion and communication, what sort of intimate relationship he and his partners want to maintain and what accomplishment or purpose they hope to achieve, many conflicts will be avoided.
Jaret Wright is a person who is self-focused and can encounter conflict in relationships. Because of this, he would do well to meditate on the concepts of authority and individualism.