How do they work?
The Attitude Relations are relationships between how two individuals relate to the same aspect. For example, if Person A has a Flexible Logic (2L) attitude, and Person B has an Unconcerned Logic attitude (4L), then the Attitude Relation for their Logic is Exhaustive (Ex). The 2L will have the positive symbol (Ex+), as they have a higher sufficiency (or higher numeric value) than the 4L who has a negative symbol (Ex-). Since every individual has four attitudes; one for each of the four aspects, this means all individuals have four distinct attitude relations with another individual. These combine to form a Type Relation.
Resolution Relation – Confident (R+) & Unconcerned (R-) Rating: 5/5
Best relation. The Confident attitude (R+) confidently leads the Unconcerned attitude (R-) to reach efficient end points, while solving anything lacking with the Unconcerned attitude. Highly sustainable.
Processing Relation – Flexible (P+) & Insecure (P-) Rating: 5/5
Best relation. The Flexible attitude (P+) effortlessly navigates through the insecurity and doubt surrounding the Insecure attitude (P-). The Insecure attitude inspires growth through skepticism and questioning.
Semi-Identical Relation – Confident (SI+) & Flexible (SI-) Rating: 4/5
Neutral to positive relation. Both the Confident (SI+) and Flexible (SI-) attitude understand each other’s ability to put positive energy into the aspect. They may discuss the aspect neutrally without taking offense.
Identical 2 Relation – Flexible (ID2) & Flexible (ID2) Rating: 4/5
Neutral to positive relation. Both Flexible attitudes are able to discuss things related to the aspect freely. They tend to spend large amounts of time discussing topics and helping one another expand and grow.
Identical 1 Relation – Confident (ID1) & Confident (ID1) Rating: 3/5
Neutral relation. Both Confident attitudes understand their shared aggression and flippant nature towards the aspect. They may clash on details, however both try to respect the other’s domain and move on.
Identical 3 Relation – Insecure (ID3) & Insecure (ID3) Rating: 3/5
Neutral relation. Both Insecure attitudes feel a sense of understanding between one another. They may respect one another’s vulnerabilities and soft spots, but it’s difficult to attain any growth from this.
Identical 4 Relation – Unconcerned (ID4) & Unconcerned (ID4) Rating: 2/5
Neutral to negative relation. Both Unconcerned attitudes understand the shared disinterest in the aspect. They may be intrigued by similar subjects besides their shared 4th, but this area remains stale & boring.
Ignoring Relation – Insecure (IG+) & Unconcerned (IG-) Rating: 2/5
Neutral to negative relation. The Unconcerned attitude (IG-) tends to downplay any discussion of the aspect which may push the Insecure attitude (IG+) away towards dormancy, or aggravate them into reactivity.
Argumentative Relation – Confident (A+) & Insecure (A-) Rating: 1/5
Worst relation. The Confident attitude (A+) comes off too strong and arrogant which overwhelms and annoys the Insecure attitude (A-) who needs to process information via journeying rather than accept it as is.
Exhaustive Relation – Flexible (Ex+) & Unconcerned (Ex-) Rating: 1/5
Worst relation. The Flexible attitude (EX+) continuously tries to discuss and process the information within the aspect, which can annoy and frustrate the Unconcerned attitude (EX-) who needs swift answers and info.