Remember - we all deserve someone who wants to be with us for who we are, not just because our partner couldn't say no. The Nurturer/Protector The Nurturer/Protector is attracted to those they can care for and protect.
Common characteristics are: Nurturer/Protectors, unconsciously or consciously like a "project".
Tips for the Dreamer: Similar to Avoiders, Dreamers need practice dating other people. Dreamers also need a reality check - if you find yourself putting someone up on a pedestal (particularly if you're not in a relationship), take a step back.
And they need to focus on becoming their own fantasy. Don't indulge the fantasy but look for the reality of your current situation.
However, they can too easily lose their own sense of self worth and diminish their own needs and desires.
Unfortunately, it's easy to justify a relationship with an incompatible or even abusive partner if you're not able to believe you deserve more (which you do) or that you can find another person who wants to date you (you can, trust me).
The goal here is not perfection - it's knowing that you have something special to offer and you don't have to settle for anyone who doesn't excite you and fulfill your needs.Martyrdom can easily lead to masochism if you're not careful.Tips for the Martyr: If there is one thing the Martyr needs to focus on, it's their sense of self-worth.They are naturally adept at attracting many potential partners.They can be impulsive and fall in love easily and passionately for a short time.