If you circled mainly You are the baby
You may be the youngest, or the only boy or girl, and were doted upon. It’s left you with self-belief and the knowledge that your family will always be there to support you. They accept you unconditionally and, as an adult, you know you can turn to them for advice or practical and financial help. This safety net lets you take risks and follow your dreams, and explore creative possibilities in your work and personal life.
How it holds you back: You can be chaotic and struggle with self-reliance. You’re fussed over, which can feel claustrophobic. You may be patronised by older siblings, or on the receiving end of resentment because of your ‘easy ride’. You can struggle with responsibility, which may get you into trouble at work, or have high expectations in relationships, and often feel let down.
Losing the label: Self-discipline is key. Learn to manage your emotions and think about the potential consequences before you act. If your family is your overdraft, look at your spending. Being self-sufficient will also help you have more realistic expectations in relationships. Ask yourself, how can I take care of me?