I always hated the Hero. The person who thought they did no harm by doing what seemed just and right to them. I always found that they could never handle being wrong and take responsibility for their faults because…they’re the “Hero” and can’t possibly be the Villain.
I always hated the Villain. The person who thought the line never existed because they are flying high above it in their minds. I find they never think beyond what is pleasurable or satisfying and what feels good can’t be wrong in their eyes.
I always hated the Observer. The type of person who just watches the time pass by and let’s the world burn so they can keep their hands clean and never strive to put out the fires, then deciding to complaining about the world. I believe it is the need to be neutral entirely that I despise.
I Always hated the Undeserving Victim. The type of person who’s worst experience was someone in their lives dying, Minor injuries from a crash, Verbal abuse, getting sexually assaulted (Not *****) or getting beaten up once or twice. The type of person who feels like they’ve truly suffered extraordinary amounts, when they’ve just gone through the expected trauma in life.
I always hated the Forgiver. The type of person who you could ruin and they would immediately forgive you and doesn’t comprehend that is admitting your weakness and therefore stating you are lower than the Villain in your life. It immediately removes the drive to be better, stronger.
I always hated the self maker. The type of person who thinks they did anything alone. I find that they are ignorant and have this need to avoid the fact that the “self” is made of many, it makes them narcissistic and selfish in my experience.
I always hated the fixer. The type of person who tries to fix or change people who are satisfied with who they are just to make themselves and others more comfortable. They never seem to be able to grasp the reality that they shouldn’t control or change others, unless they ask for it personally without any external guidance or pressure. At the end they always seem to fail to see they have an abnormal need for control over others. They need everyone to have a type and fit into a box.
I always pitied the victim. The type of person who has seen more and lived through more than the majority of others. They are stagnant at a path entrance to Hero, villain or Void. If they are lucky enough to heal and start walking and that changes my pity to respect immediately.
I always loved the helper. The type of person who lifts people out of terrible situation and places them in better ones. They tend to prioritize people who need or want them most. The biggest flaw seems to be that they can’t seem to ask/respect the victims input.
I lived my life from the perspective of the Victim, Observer, Helper, Hero and Villain. I hate myself lol. I think currently I live my life from the perspective of the Victim sitting at the start of a path, not sure how to take that first step and not start running back.