Welcomers genuinely like people and being around others. They are able to form new relationships with ease and also maintain strong relationships with old friends. They believe in the inherent goodness of people and will often work to find it in even tough cases.
While they are able to lead, they are sympathetic and cooperative and believe in soft leadership that brings out the best in people more than they do in dominating others or groups. Although they will lend an ear to those who need it, they are more adept at doing the talking when the situation arises.
They are able to mix friend groups more readily than others and can hold their own in most social circumstances.
Being unwanted or unworthy. Missing out.
To feel love and acceptance.
Becoming deeply unselfish, humble, and altruistic. Giving unconditional love.
Becoming manipulative and self-serving. Guilting others into feeling like they owe you because you serve them. Feeling entitled to get things from others.