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You are Independent
Your inward focus, trusting nature, and sharp sense of right and wrong make you INDEPENDENT.
Your thoughts and actions are not reliant on what others think about you; you have a clearly defined moral structure.
When it comes to others, you are very practical, expecting people to take care of themselves.
You generally believe the best about people, but you hold them to high standards.
Similarly, you believe in maintaining integrity, honor, and a sense of respect for those who have earned their success.
Trust needs to be earned with you; you're slow to forgive when people have violated your trust.
Spending time alone means a lot to you, as does keeping certain things private.
You quietly observe a lot about the world, giving you a keen sense of both how things are and how things should be.
You've learned that you need to prioritize your own feelings, as opposed to always considering others' feelings first.
If you want to be different:
Let your trust in others allow you to consider that interpersonal situations can be complex, and that people's feelings in those situations can take many forms.
Accordingly, in working harder to understand people's perspectives, you might find that their insights can help you make better decisions.