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Turbulence | Neuroticism | Self-doubt

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Turbulent types tend to doubt themselves and can have a more negative outlook on life. Turbulent types focus on what they need to improve or better in themselves, looking critically at who they are and what they are going through. Often, turbulent types struggle with negative feelings, like anxiety or shame. You may worry about how you are perceived and feel that you are not successful enough or good enough.

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