Extractor Personalities

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The low self-esteem personalities are:


The Intimidator

The Impatient Hothead

The Power Fanatic

The Sarcastic Assassin

The Depressant

The Oversensitive Soul

The Shy Scaredy Cat

The Hypocrite Liar

The Compulsive Addict

The Co-Dependent

The Unfriendly Phony

The Procrastinator

The Miserable Miser

The Show-Off Braggart

The Unethical Trickster

The Stressaholic

The Gossip Monger

The Talkaholic

The Spoiled Brat

The Conceited Looker

The Pessimist

The Prankster

The Arguing Sorehead

The Unforgiving Avenger

The Unfaithful Lover

The Rebel Outlaw

The Moody Maniac

The Angry Bigot


The Intimidator

These Controlling Characters are the domineering physical Bullies who get in your face and resort to physical violence to get their way. Preying on smaller and weaker foe, these Bullies specialize in the physical threat, obscene gesture, or scare tactic before their opponent gets the upper hand.

How do Intimidators function in society?

At home, Pushy Individuals are over-bearing and rule with an iron fist, unwilling to bend or compromise.

During school, Ruffians choose off everyone in the schoolyard.

At work, Bullies order coworkers around. If they are the boss, these Dominators threaten employees with demotions and terminations as part of the daily work routine.

At play, Brutes wipe out opponents, determined to beat their adversary at any cost.

At personal relationships, Intimidators rule the nest by harassing their partner into fear and emotional submission—one violent threat after the other.


The Impatient Hothead

These Volatile Characters are angry and upset about everything, finding any excuse to yell and scream at family members, friends, relatives, coworkers, and any unfortunate strangers who cross their path. These angry Loudmouths are incredibly short-tempered and easily provoked. They are extremely impatient, unwilling to wait for anything. They specialize in appearing calm but may explode into an uncontrollable rage without warning.

How do Impatient Hotheads function in society?

At home, Yellers are unpredictable and shout about the least little incident.

At work, Screamers recklessly raise their voices at coworkers, overreacting to mistakes.

At play, Time Bombs yell insults and obscenities, especially when they are losing or not getting their way.

At personal relationships, Impatient Hotheads cause their ill-at-ease partner to live in constant fear of being harassed, yelled at and screamed at—a fearful, one-sided relationship.


The Power Fanatic

These tyrannical Slave Drivers are obsessed with total power and control—craving money, cars, and real estate at the expense of others. Dictators believe the oppression of people equals success. Overachievers, unable to enjoy accomplishments, set unrealistically high standards. The result is their persistent need to prove themselves. Envious of others, the more they get—the more they want.

How do Power Fanatics function in society?

At home, Perfectionists demand having things done their way, and only their way.

At work, Controllers bark orders and call the shots, methodically plotting the overthrow of others to gain position and wealth—power.

At play, Tyrants are too serious, becoming emotionally devastated when losing.

At personal relationships, Power Fanatics relentlessly pursue their “prey” and once captured, their partner is treated (mistreated) as a worldly possession.


The Sarcastic Assassin

These Put Down Artists hurt your feelings. Bad-Mouthers avoid physical confrontations, making you feel small and embarrassing you before you become a threat. Disguising cruel comments as friendly jokes and sarcastic statements, they complete each personal assault—put down—with, “Just Kidding!”

How do Sarcastic Assassins function in society?

At home, Ridiculers make one put down after the other. No one escapes their wrath.

At work, Put Down Specialists are verbally brutal, making others feel small or embarrassed, then, laughing it off as a joke.

At play, Sultans of Smack taunt and jeer opponents into total submission.

At personal relationships, Sarcastic Assassins are so busy making fun of everyone else, they rarely notice their partner. These Taunters are living proof that the tongue is mightier than the sword.


The Depressant

These Downcast Characters look at life as hopeless. They look down-hearted, long-faced, and miserable. Always sad, often suicidal, Lethargics barely make it through the day. When asked why they are depressed, these emotionally Lost Souls search for logical answers, mumbling, “I’m not sure,” as they unhappily sigh.

How do Depressants function in society?

At home, sullen Couch Potatoes are often asleep, staring endlessly at the television, or mindlessly surfing the internet.

At work, Poker Faces appear bored, getting little accomplished.

At play, Losers give up easily and when losing a game exclaim, “See, I always lose!”

At personal relationships, Depressants are filled with self-pity and endless complaints. Abuse of food and beverages is often a source of psychological comfort. Functional relationships are impossible as the Melancholic’s partner suffers from emotional neglect.


The Oversensitive Soul

These Overcautious Characters take things very personally. Each comment is considered a dig and every statement has a double meaning or hidden message. When you compliment them by saying their hair looks great, they are thinking “I know I must look terrible, they’re really making fun of me!” These Paranoids, always on the defensive, are unwilling to accept any compliments.

How do Oversensitive Souls function in society?

At home, Pathetics act temperamental, hypersensitive, and irreversibly irritable.

At work, Thin Skins overreact to their coworkers’ comments or suggestions.

At play, Overreactors are quarrelsome, easily hurt, and deeply sad when losing.

At personal relationships, Oversensitive Souls never open up or show their true feelings. They are shamefully suspicious and untrusting of their partner. Worst yet, these Head Cases overanalyze every statement, making conversation virtually impossible.


The Shy Scaredy Cat

These Easily Embarrassed Characters are quiet, shy, and think by staying out of every person’s way, they will be popular. Cowards avoid confrontations, allowing people to step all over them. Having every phobia imaginable, Wussies are afraid to try new things or meet new people. Fear is their greatest enemy. Their favorite saying is “I don’t think I can.”

How do Shy Scaredy Cats function in society?

At home, which they seldom venture from, Reclusives are withdrawn, allowing others to do as they please.

At work, brown-nosing Yes People are intimidated by others, will not make decisions, and are victims of cruel office jokes and harassment.

At play, Bashful Loners are unsociable and reluctant to join in the fun.

At personal relationships, Shy Scaredy Cats are timid, coy and lack confidence, expecting their partner to carry the emotional load.


The Hypocrite Liar

These Deceiving Characters are two-faced liars, fibbers, and perjurers. Sham Artists have been untrue to themselves and others since childhood, graduating from little white lies to huge whopping lies. By adulthood, Deceivers lie so much they forget where the lie ends and the truth begins.

How do Hypocrite Liars function in society?

At home, Liars fib from morning to night, and when caught, firmly deny each lie.

At work, Fibsters make coworkers uneasy and employees mistrustful, often destroying the integrity of the work place.

At play, Poor Sports lie through their teeth just to win.

At personal relationships, Hypocrite Liars create such an unstable family atmosphere that their partner lives with frequent feelings of deceit and betrayal, all because smooth-tongued, lip-serving Charlatans are untrustworthy.


The Compulsive Addict

These Compulsive Characters are obsessive, self-indulgent, and out of control. Whether their bad habit happens to be food, drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, gambling, shopping, or sex, these addicts do not know when to quit. Self-Destructors have no willpower and are psychologically dependent on self-pleasure and immediate gratification.

How do Compulsive Addicts function in society?

At home, Addicts are unstable and enslaved to the refrigerator, the television, the internet, the bedroom, the bottle, or some other form of instant pleasure.

At work, Abusive Selfaholics are unproductive, lacking the fortitude or stability to focus on objectives.

At play, which they seem to be good at, Self-Abusers love to have unending fun, often at the expense of others.

At personal relationships, Compulsive Addicts are held captive by lifelong bad habits. These Craveaholics have no time for their neglected partner, only their own obsessions.


The Co-Dependent

These Manipulators are dependent on the people around them, obsessed with controlling the other person’s behavior. Enablers are the Reactionary Caretakers of society; that is, they either over react or under react to the dysfunctional behavior of others. Overcommitters feel bored or worthless without a crisis occurring or someone to help.

How do Co-Dependents function in society?

At home, Busybodies anticipate other people’s needs, then react by helping, then feel victimized, used and unappreciated.

At work, Control Freaks dominate others and stick their nose where it does not belong.

At play, Whiners say “yes” when they really mean “no”.

At personal relationships, Co-Dependents fail to say what they mean and never mean what they say. Sociopathic Martyrs force advice on others, then become upset and resentful, eventually ending the dysfunctional self-pity cycle with, “I’ve been used…why am I never appreciated?”


The Unfriendly Phony

These Cruel Characters are unsociable, unneighborly, and inhospitable. When you say “hello” or “good morning” they pretend they did not hear you and look the other way. Appearing aloof and uppity, Rude Ignorers can be extremely mean and uncaring. However, High and Mighties are suddenly friendly around people they like.

How do Unfriendly Phonies function in society?

At home, Uppities are cold and distant, outwardly ungrateful when complemented or noticed.

At work, Socialites are uncooperative and not considered a team player.

At play, Arrogants form a clique of belligerent allies, rudely ignoring opponents.

At personal relationships, Unfriendly Phonies stay at an arms length, expecting their insulted partner to tolerate continual rude and distant behavior. Stuck-Up Snobs hurt everyone’s feelings—everywhere they go.


The Procrastinator

These Highly Unsuccessful Characters are irresponsible, unambitious, and lazy. They are often uneducated and make every excuse to stay that way. Excusaholic Goof-Offs are society’s social drop outs—totally afraid of success.

How do Procrastinators function in society?

At home, Dawdlers mope around and stall projects, never finishing a task or project.

Schoolwork is considered taboo and totally avoided by the Underachievers.

At work, if they even have a job, Backsliders are methodically tardy, faithfully ignoring their duties—barely getting by.

At play, perennial Quitters fall short of expectations and are appropriately called Losers.

At personal relationships, Underachieving Procrastinators evade all responsibility. Postponing positive events, Hesitaters become an emotional goldbrick to their frustrated life partner.


The Miserable Miser

These Miserable Characters are money-grubbing, penny-pinching, miserable Tightwads. They believe money is not everything; it is the ONLY thing. Scroogies, greedy and extremely stingy, never share with others. Hoarding began in childhood when they tenaciously refused to share their toys.

How do Miserable Misers function in society?

At home, Controller’s decisions revolve around finances. Money is king. Activities are discouraged or cancelled because of cost.

At work, Greedaholics act suspicious, mistrustful, and step on others for a pay raise. They join coworkers for lunch, but when the bill arrives they sadly moan, “Gee, I forgot my money!” while moths fly from their wallet.

At play, Hoarders are too serious about winning and are no fun to be around.

At personal relationships, Miserable Misers relentlessly remind their partner, “Stop spending my paycheck! You can’t afford that! I’m not made of money!”


The Show Off Braggart

These Exaggerators tell you how great they are—how they have done it all. From early childhood, these Loudmouths desperately desire recognition, craving the spot light. Dreaming of stardom, these attention-seeking Entertainers love to act and put on a show.

How do Show Off Braggarts function in society?

At home, Story Tellers demand continual attention as they boast about past, present, and future exploits.

At work, Braggadocios tell tall tales and act outlandish, anything to outshine fellow employees.

At play, Boasters dwell on the past, bragging about their athletic skills—how they “should have turned pro!”

At personal relationships, Show Off Braggarts proudly repeat (and repeat) their extraordinary feats and exploits, reminding each partner how lucky they are to hear such thrilling stories.


The Unethical Trickster

These Corrupt Characters are cheaters, thieves, and social swindlers. Having observed unethical parents since childhood, these Scam Artists have no scruples. Lacking moral fiber, Tricksters forsake self-honesty and truth for dishonesty and deceit—showing total disregard for their fellow citizens.

How do Unethical Tricksters function in society?

At home, Scoundrels steal from family members and if caught, firmly deny it or somehow justify it.

At school, Cheaters copy homework and tests.

At work, careless Kleptomaniacs steal everything they get their hands on—from five cent erasers to large amounts of money or goods. Sly, clever Immoralites even cheat on their taxes!

At play, they are Dishonorable Opponents and Poor Sports—victory at any cost.

At personal relationships, Unethical Tricksters have no morals—they cannot be trusted. Pretenders faithfully cheat behind their partner’s back.


The Stressaholic

These Psychotics are ill-at-ease nervous wrecks, agonizing over the silliest little things. Worriers worry about worrying. Experiencing one anxiety attack after the other, Neurotics eventually succumb to major big time burnout.   Agonizers create perplexing problems when none existed in the first place.

How do Stressaholics function in society?

At home, Irritables are fussy, fidgety, and perpetually troubled—these Insomniacs never get a sleep peacefully.

At school, Alarmists’ nervous behavior is unsettling and unpopular.

At work, Uptights worry about everything, are always on edge—creating one conflict after the other. Workaholics are counterproductive.

At play, Fidgeties appear tense and tortured, in a big hurry to finish.

At personal relationships, Stressaholics are frustrated and scatterbrained; hence, their love life is destroyed by their stressful lifestyle—never a moment’s rest or relaxation to focus on their partner.


The Gossip Monger

These whispering Eavesdroppers talk behind your back, causing social chaos by criticizing everyone imaginable—family, friends, relatives, coworkers, bosses, and especially strangers. Busybodies start rumors and put others down to make themselves feel superior. They enjoy sensationalism. They thrive on other people’s misery.

How do Gossip Mongers function in society?

At home, constantly cackling Chatterboxes are glued to their cell phone—spreading rumors about a close friend to another close friend.

At work, Back Stabbers secretly socialize and, during meetings, openly criticize fellow employees (especially management) not present at the meetings.

At play, Slanderers would rather talk about others than join the fun.

At personal relationships, Gossip Mongers create an untrustworthy atmosphere, causing their partner to wonder if they are being talked about behind their back.


The Talkaholic

These Non-Stop Talkers specialize in one subject—themselves. They are extremely poor listeners, always interrupting and appearing bored while others talk. These Gab Artists are self-centered and once they begin talking about their favorite subject, their life story, they will not be quiet. All you hear from these Blabbermouths is “I-I-I…I-Me-My” from morning to night. The moment another person begins talking, Interrupters overtake the conversation with their non-stop stories.

How do Talkaholics function in society?

At home, Rumor Mongers appear indifferent and closed-minded, only interested in talking about themselves.

At work, Non-Listeners talk out of turn, suffering from diarrhea of the mouth.

At play, Chatterboxes are more excited about self-talk than joining the activity.

At personal relationships, Talkaholics are inattentive to the needs and desires of their partner; they are rude without realizing it.


The Spoiled Brat

These Coddled Characters are babied and overprotected. They have gone from spoiled rotten toddlers remembered as holy terrors, to teacher’s pet in school, to out-of-control Shopaholic adults. If they do not get their way, Pamperedholics throw temper tantrums and nag until their objectives are met.

How do Spoiled Brats function in society?

At home, Overindulgers demand being waited on hand and foot, nagging until they get their way.

At work, spoiled, stubborn Mollycoddlers expect others to do their work for them. Since childhood, Over Indulgers have been taught a sense of entitlement.

At play, Panderers pout and throw fits of anger if the game or event is not going just right—their way.

At personal relationships, Spoiled Brats are perpetually pampered by their partner or the relationship breaks down and eventually fails. Unfortunately, the relationship score is always: “Spoiled Brat ten, partner zero.”


The Conceited Looker

These Cocky Characters believe looks are everything. Being handsome, good looking, breathtaking, sexy, seductive, ravishing, and glamorous is a lifelong obsession. Endlessly admiring themselves, narcissistic Beautiholics dream of winning the title of Mr. Muscle or Miss Perfect Face. These Vainiacs have breast implants, hair transplants and nose revamps, believing cosmetic surgery can cure low self-image.

How do Conceited Lookers function in society?

At home, Hotties desperately ask, “How do I look?” spending hours in front of the mirror.

At work, Narcissists parade around seeking coworker approval.

At play, Charmers repeatedly peek out the corner of their eye to see if anyone is admiring their good looks.

At personal relationships, Conceited Lookers become bored with one on one encounters, preferring groups, gatherings, and large crowds so fans can appreciate their incredible beauty. These Body Beautifuls and Flawless Faces fear one enemy—aging.


The Pessimist

These cantankerous Doomsdayers have nothing good to say—every word is negative. They are never happy and blame everyone for their problems. Rarely smiling, Grumps only laugh at someone else’s misfortune. These habitual Hypochondriacs bring everyone down with complaints of not feeling good, their back hurts, or they are coming down with some illness or chronic pain.

How do Pessimists function in society?

At home, faultfinding Alarmists are despondent, overcritical, and impossible to please—always unhappy.

At work, griping Cynics criticize management and never trust their fellow employees. Cranks are controversial and disruptive.

At play, Spoil Sports are determined to ruin everyone’s fun.

At personal relationships, Complaining Pessimists whine, gripe, and nitpick everything imaginable. Their picked-on partner never does anything right.


The Prankster

These Annoying Characters constantly clown around, make faces, or relentlessly tease others. Since childhood, just for attention, these mischievous Smart Alecks persistently played practical jokes and enjoyed making others the laughingstocks of their own peer group. Unfortunately, Teasers act before they think, resulting in their horseplay endangering others, both physically and emotionally.

How do Pranksters function in society?

At home, Exhibitionists pull one childish prank after the other.

At work, Jokesters spend more time taunting and playing mind games than they do working.

At play, pesky Clowns are comedians. Everything is considered funny and nothing is taken seriously.

At personal relationships, Pranksters act silly and nonsensical, leaving their life partner feeling alone, out of touch, ignored, and emotionally frustrated.


The Arguing Sorehead

These Know-It-Alls are always right and never wrong—they are experts on all subjects. Just for fun, these arguing, irritable, bad tempered Soreheads initiate and promote controversy, look for altercations, and lock horns with everyone. Whatever the subject, Agitators find fault with other people’s point of view, instigating a battle of the minds—a war of words.

How do Arguing Soreheads function in society?

At home, Disagreers argue and disagree with all family members, looking for a good old-fashioned argument—a fight.

At work, Sour Pusses bicker and argue with coworkers and never let down.

At play, Poor Sports start quarrels or belabor a point until their opponent gives in—surrenders.

At personal relationships, Arguing Soreheads only want to fight and argue, anything to prove their point. They love to antagonize, provoke, and verbally beat down their partner, a sure formula for failure.


The Unforgiving Avenger

These Vindictive Characters have not learned to forgive others—to let go. They hold grudges. Getting even is part of their daily routine. Resentment, bitterness, and animosity go perfectly with these Revenger’s “eye for an eye—tooth for a tooth” philosophy. Begrudgers have an axe to grind, a bone to pick, or want to settle an old score.

How do Unforgiving Avengers function in society?

At home, Avengers are ungrateful and full of malice, reminding everyone of past mistakes.

At work, Blamers are relentlessly uncompromising and set in their ways. Never cross them or you will never hear the end of how you “did them wrong”.

At play, Grudge Holders will not admit defeat, expressing hard feelings when losing.

At personal relationships, Unforgiving Avengers never forget their partner’s prior mistakes. They love digging up dead issues—bringing up the past and “rubbing it in your face”.


The Unfaithful Lover

These Untrue Characters display a wide range of behaviors: from jealous Possessors, to outgoing Flirts, to insecure mine-all-mine lovers. Because these Loveaholics have not learned to love themselves, they have incapable of loving others. In “love with love”, Hopeless Romantics are easily overcome by infatuation, immediate gratification, or secret fantasies.

How do Unfaithful Lovers function in society?

At home, Double Crossers act overprotective from insecurity, completely distrustful from jealousy, or absolutely inattentive from apparent boredom or disinterest.

At work, Traitors are usually flirtatious, even to the point of being sexually harassing.

At play, envious Interrogators require frequent sexual contact, convinced sex is love and love is sex—low self-esteem love.

At personal relationships, Unfaithful Lovers are never satisfied with their partner’s behavior. Jealousy, insecurity, mistrust, fear of abandonment, and harassment cause emotional turmoil during the relationship.


The Rebel Outlaw

As neglected children, these Unnurtured Characters discovered that by being naughty, they got attention. Soon, these young rebellious Radicals craved recognition so desperately that they joined gangs, cults, and began hanging around the wrong crowd. Eventually, these emotionally abandoned children became Criminals, terrorizing neighborhoods, robbing banks, hijacking planes, trains, and automobiles.

How do Rebel Outlaws function in society?

At home, if they have one, Outcasts are restless and bored, probably plotting their next mayhem or heist.

At work, which they despise, Rebels never last long and are usually terminated, or they quit.

At play, Desperados make sure they win—anyway they can.

At personal relationships, Rebel Outlaws place personal issues or causes such as robberies, terrorism, riots, gang banging, and trouble making above the needs of their neglected and abused partner.


The Moody Maniac

These Ill-Tempered Characters are society’s manic Mood Swingers. One minute these Schizos are happy, the next minute sad, then calm, then suddenly mad. One day they are laughing, the next day they are crying. Sometimes they are exciting, then mysteriously dying. These Erratics are totally unpredictable and, undoubtedly, difficult to be around.

How do Moody Maniacs function in society?

At home, Indecisives keep family members in a static state of flux. Anxiety rules. Everyone is afraid to make a wrong move.

At work, Unstables are so inconsistent that productivity suffers, and if the boss is a Moodiac—watch out!

At play, Morose Melancholics are fickle and skittish, never fun to be around.

At personal relationships, Moody Maniacs keep their partners guessing and off-guard, displaying frustrating full-moon behavior.


The Angry Bigot

These Cruel Characters live their lives with hatred. Having learned anger and bigotry in early childhood, Masters of Misery are racist, sexist, chauvinistic, closed-minded, and specialize in bashing. Secretly suppressing their rage, these Supremacists complain of being persecuted by everyone around them.

How do Angry Bigots function in society?

At home, Hateful Zealots denounce all ethnic, religious, and political groups not meeting their approval, blaming specific groups for their own personal failures.

At work, Extreme Radicals are hiding their low self-esteem views or instigating racism, sexism, and employee unrest.

At play, Xenophobics are angry and critical of other perons not meeting their standards.

At personal relationships, Angry Bigots spend so much energy on bashing and denouncing others that their lonely partner feels ignored and unimportant.


The Low Self-Esteemers

These Dysfunctional Characters suffer from multiple forms (two or more) of the low self-esteem Virus. In other words, you, or any person, may be an Intimidating-Impatient-Complaining-Unforgiving-Moody Stressaholic, or an Oversensitive-Unfriendly-Unethical-Sarcastic Talkaholic, or an Arguing-Gossiping-Conceited-Lying Unfaithful Lover.

The more low self-esteem behavioral traits you have, the lower your self-image.

How low is low? The ultimate example of a low self-esteemer is Ex the Master Extractor. The Invisible Villain suffers from all twenty-eight forms of low self-esteem. Ex is low self-esteem in its lowest of lowest forms.

This concludes the review of low self-esteem personalities.

What about these characters? Why do they act so terrible? How did they learn such dysfunctional behavior? Do they realize how bad they behave? Will they ever change?

Many of us, after evaluating the list of low self-esteem personalities, exclaim, “Their personality traits are identical to many of the people I know or meet!”

In reality, the vivid descriptions of the low self-esteem personalities are a rude awakening for all of us. The truth is: most people you come in contact with, everyone from perfect strangers to your closest loved ones, suffer from one or more forms of low self-esteem.

Reality: most people you know suffer from multiple forms of the Emotional Virus—Dark Plague—low self-esteem.

The one person you fail to recognize as being infected with low self-image, the one person you most often overlook is, of course, yourself.

As you ponder the behavior of low self-esteem characters, two questions must be answered. First, “How do low self-esteem people acquire low self-esteem in the first place?” Second, “Why do low self-esteem people continue to practice, on a day to day basis, such emotionally crippling behavior?” The answer is shockingly simple.

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