Eagle

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The Eagle

The Eagle is one of the 10 rDNA Profile Types™ and more specifically, one of the 5 Male profile types.  Each of the profile types are a result derived once a person completes the Relationship Satisfaction Profiler™ assessment. This overview is intended to help those men that fall into the Eagle grouping to better understand the subconscious drivers behind what makes them feel happy and satisfied in a long-term relationship as well as to help those individuals that are either pursuing a relationship with an Eagle, or in a relationship with an Eagle to better understand him. Eagles are masculine, independent and stoic men. They take pride in their individualism and their strong sense of self-reliance and emotional toughness. This type of man values his privacy and alone time and tends to like to work alone on projects. This behavior can sometimes be viewed as his being detached or even seen as punitive by his significant other however his desire for time alone should not be viewed as an indication of unhappiness or a lack of satisfaction in his relationship.

Prone to communicating with his body, through gestures and expressions, a perfect partner for this man will be able to read his body language. Although, the Eagle is independent and less obviously emotional, his feelings do run deep, and he is prone to become jealous. When an Eagle feels jealous, if allowed to go unaddressed, he will tend to engage in heated arguments and may say things that he doesn’t mean. In fact, as a group, Eagles scored among the highest when it comes to strong emotional reactions when they experience feelings of jealousy. The good news is that this strong man will generally let his partner know what made him feel jealous and explain his expectations for the relationship rather than let his feelings fester and grow into something bigger than it should be.

While the Eagle respects his partner’s need for independence, he will both give and expect full transparency from his partner. He is not one for keeping secrets in his relationships. Eagles tend to be trusting people and are generally more tolerant when it comes to a significant other with addictions or vices such as smoking or drinking. An Eagle man is also sensitive to criticism and will most likely feel as if he is being overly analyzed or judged; no matter the source or intent of the criticism.

Eagles have a healthy life balance when it comes to their romantic relationships and their career, with neither taking a particularly significant priority over the other. It is important for most Eagles to have a partner who will share in his faith or religion and one that also enjoys regular religious activities and gatherings as much he does.

The Eagle will often want to know where his partner is and what they are up to, even if he doesn’t necessarily want to join in with their activities. In much the same way he will want his partner to know his whereabouts and activities, even if he doesn’t expect his partner to join in. Typically, Eagles try to avoid conflict with their partners, if possible preferring to remain silent in arguments or to simply walk away to allow things to calm down before reengaging.

Independent at the core most Eagles want to maintain their own finances, expecting their partner to do the same. This does not mean that he is not generous or opposed to paying or treating, this man just prefers to keep finances separate when in a relationship, maintaining his financial anonymity. Another defining characteristic of the Eagle is his low tolerance for partners that require high levels of emotional intimacy to feel satisfied in their relationship. Protective of his emotions, The Eagle will see overly emotional partners as weak or naïve. This would include higher than normal expectations with regards to sharing of personal feelings, constant need for positive affirmation, and frequent demonstrations of caring. But make no mistake; his aloof behavior does not negate the strong feelings he can develop for his partner. During disagreements he can be antagonistic but, in the end, will concede to his partner.

The Eagle

The Eagle is one of the 10 rDNA Profile Types™ and more specifically, one of the 5 Male profile types.  Each of the profile types are a result derived once a person completes the Relationship Satisfaction Profiler™ assessment. This overview is intended to help those men that fall into the Eagle grouping to better understand the subconscious drivers behind what makes them feel happy and satisfied in a long-term relationship as well as to help those individuals that are either pursuing a relationship with an Eagle, or in a relationship with an Eagle to better understand him.

%

of men are Eagles

Eagles are masculine, independent and stoic men. They take pride in their individualism and their strong sense of self-reliance and emotional toughness. This type of man values his privacy and alone time and tends to like to work alone on projects. This behavior can sometimes be viewed as his being detached or even seen as punitive by his significant other however his desire for time alone should not be viewed as an indication of unhappiness or a lack of satisfaction in his relationship.

Prone to communicating with his body, through gestures and expressions, a perfect partner for this man will be able to read his body language. Although, the Eagle is independent and less obviously emotional, his feelings do run deep, and he is prone to become jealous. When an Eagle feels jealous, if allowed to go unaddressed, he will tend to engage in heated arguments and may say things that he doesn’t mean. In fact, as a group, Eagles scored among the highest when it comes to strong emotional reactions when they experience feelings of jealousy. The good news is that this strong man will generally let his partner know what made him feel jealous and explain his expectations for the relationship rather than let his feelings fester and grow into something bigger than it should be.

While the Eagle respects his partner’s need for independence, he will both give and expect full transparency from his partner. He is not one for keeping secrets in his relationships. Eagles tend to be trusting people and are generally more tolerant when it comes to a significant other with addictions or vices such as smoking or drinking.

An Eagle man is also sensitive to criticism and will most likely feel as if he is being overly analyzed or judged; no matter the source or intent of the criticism. Eagles have a healthy life balance when it comes to their romantic relationships and their career, with neither taking a particularly significant priority over the other. It is important for most Eagles to have a partner that will share in his faith or religion and one that also enjoys regular religious activities and gatherings as much as he does.

The Eagle will often want to know where his partner is and what they are up to, even if he doesn’t necessarily want to join in with their activities. In much the same way he will want his partner to know his whereabouts and activities, even if he doesn’t expect his partner to join in. Typically, Eagles try to avoid conflict with their partners, if possible preferring to remain silent in arguments or to simply walk away to allow things to calm down before reengaging.

Independent at the core most Eagles want to maintain their own finances, expecting their partner to do the same. This does not mean that he is not generous or opposed to paying or treating, this man just prefers to keep finances separate when in a relationship, maintaining his financial anonymity.

Another defining characteristic of the Eagle is his low tolerance for partners that require high levels of emotional intimacy to feel satisfied in their relationship. Protective of his emotions, The Eagle will see overly emotional partners as weak or naïve. This would include higher than normal expectations with regards to sharing of personal feelings, constant need for positive affirmation, and frequent demonstrations of caring. But make no mistake; his aloof behavior does not negate the strong feelings he can develop for his partner. During disagreements he can be antagonistic but, in the end, will concede to his partner.

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