RAT | 35 | MALE
Radric fears being controlled by others. He dislikes authority and prefers to work alone.
He desires to remain in control of his own life. He also wants other people to be free, and is often an advocate for those less able. He defends himself by denying vulnerability. He doesn’t want to appear weak and therefore avoids situations that may leave him exposed or defenseless.
He tends to advocate for the rights of others, think practically and creatively, be afraid of losing his autonomy, dream big and be idealistic, and struggle to be emotionally honest or vulnerable.
He is known for making logical and fair decisions, forming connections with others, creating optimistic and innovative plans, leading others inspirationally and effectively, and for his ability to share his thoughts and opinions openly.
He is also known for struggling to remain patient, his tendency to overindulge himself, having difficulty listening to authority figures, and lacking sensitivity to the feelings of others.
Radric is motivated and energized by spending time around groups of friends, freedom and opportunity from work, making practical but optimistic decisions, and exercising or exerting pent-up energy.
He can be stressed and drained by feeling out of control and insignificant, reconciling with his own emotions, being perceived as bossy or controlling, and others’ self-pity or lack of action.