Quiz: What His Job Says About Him
Group A: Warriors, Heroes, Adventurers
(Questions 4, 7, 14, 15) 12 points or more
These men require challenge and adventure to make their work worthwhile. They thrive upon overcoming huge obstacles and living with stakes that are high. Some even have to face real danger every day. Unless these factors are present, no matter what they do, they will not feel as though they are using all parts of themselves or are fully alive.
Group B: Lovers, Dreamers, Peter Pans
(Questions 5, 9, 10, 20) 12 points or more
For these men the workplace is not the main arena where they find satisfaction or sense of self-worth, unless it happens to include creativity, and is then not perceived as work. For these men relationships are most crucial, and especially their ability to see themselves as free spirits, with the ability to be open and loved.
Group C: Controllers, Perfectionists, Addicts
(Questions 1, 8, 13, 16) 12 points or more
For these men work is a main arena where they can garner power and control. This is the test of their self-worth, and usually these men thrive most when they have authority over others and receive constant affirmation that they are in control. These men can easily become workaholics, using the power attained at the workplace to block out other needs and demand the same respect everywhere else. In this case work becomes a drug and the person can require higher and higher doses.
Group D: Wise Men, Gurus, Seers
(Qustions 12, 17, 18, 19) 12 points or more
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My boyfriend falls in the Controllers, Perfectionists, and Addicts group and it makes me so mad! Sometimes I wish he would just chill out a little and forget about work, but he can't think of anything else. It's so annoying. Yet he keeps on saying he's working so hard for "our future" together, but I can't help but feel neglected.