Can you recognize recurring patterns of action in your (day)dreams?
An EIE explained proudly that in his dreams and daydreams he would save the world. An SLE said a similar thing. He would be more like a vigilante.
And I suspect ESIs are martyrs.
One ESE said she would fight for others, but the opposition would put a damper on her efforts.
And an IEE has constant nightmares about falling.
In my opinion, one can also see the patterns of daydreams of a person in reality. Meaning that someone who dreams of saving the world, shows a tendency to sacrifice himself and expects to be rewarded for it. Martyrs often end up in situations where they are losing just because they sacrifice themselves. And my ESE is actually more likely to end up in situations where she ends up feeling deeply misunderstood or unfairly treated and regrets doing anything at all. It is almost as if people unconsciously steer themselves into certain situations.
How does it look to you?
edit: "in my opinion" is a bold statement. I got it from the book "What Do You Say After You Say Hello" by Eric Berne, 1975