Having difficulty in making progress. Despite the attempt to conceal impulsiveness, her activities lead to problems and uncertainties, making her tense and irritable.
Feels she must have cooperation before the existing situation can be improved. Lack of understanding and appreciation makes her feel no real bond exists, and discontent gives rise to a touchy sensitivity; she wants to feel safer and more at ease. She would like to get away from what she now considers a depressing tie and re-establish her own individuality. Her sensual self-restraint makes it difficult for her to give herself, but the resulting isolation leads to the urge to surrender and merge with another. This disturbs her as she regards such instincts as weaknesses to be overcome--she feels that she can only assert her own individuality by continued self-restraint, that this alone will allow her to stand her ground through her present difficulties.
Feels that she is receiving less than her share and that there is no one on whom she can rely for sympathy and understanding. Pent-up emotions and a certain egocentricity make her quick to take offense, but she realizes that she has to make the best of things as they are.
Tries to escape from her problems, difficulties, and tensions by abrupt, headstrong, and ill-considered decisions or changes of direction.
Anxiety and restless dissatisfaction, either with circumstances or with unfulfilled emotional requirements, have produced stress. She feels misunderstood, disoriented, and unsettled. This drives her into a search for new conditions or relationships, in the hope that these might offer greater contentment and peace of mind. Feels insufficiently valued in her existing situation, and is seeking different conditions in which she will have greater opportunity of demonstrating her worth.