The life styles inventory is a survey of questions that help us to gain an insight into our own personality and what type of behaviors we exert to others as individuals. It helps us to look at the positive and negative qualities of our personalities and ways to improve upon them. A look at my LSI styles complex radiates that my primary thinking style is linked to the avoidance category. The avoidance scale states that I tend to use the strategy of withdrawal by hiding my feelings and being shy to express myself. It also states that as things become more threatening to me the more I tend to avoid those situations. These thinking styles are linked to feelings of denying responsibility for my own behavior, feelings of guilt whether they are realistic or not. I also have a fear of general failure in almost everything I do. I am also mainly concerned about myself and my feelings and thoughts. These characteristics are manifested in my life because of my thinking pattern and although I know they are not good characteristics to have, somehow I have become entangled in them. My main problem is my withdrawal from almost everything I do and the inability to express my feelings and be comfortable around others. I somehow find myself threatened by others and tend to keep my feelings to myself. I also seem to have a lot of guilt for my behavior whenever something goes wrong in my personal life. There is also a general fear in almost everything I do and a lack of disclosure about myself which eventually leads to emotional isolation from my peers. The second highest or backup thinking style for me is a tie between Power and Convention. The power style states that I tend to measure my self-worth with my ability to control and or dominate others and or situations. This style contends that I am motivated by a need to gain prestige, status and influence. This is reflected upon me daily because I always tend to be motivated to do a...
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