Who is she?
Doris is highly selective in friendship and in love. She seeks peace and harmony above all, and tends to avoid conflicts and any risk of getting hurt emotionally. Determined, demanding and a perfectionist, she expects a lot from both her personal and professional lives, while she assumes her responsibilities in return. Very emotional and sensitive, she often tends to internalize and accumulate her feelings and emotions, and isn't always prepared to share her grievances. Doris is extremely intuitive, where both people and situations are concerned, although what others call intuition or mediumship, she is happy to refer to as "flair". Her ability to "feel" people and events could guide her to a profession in which the consideration of others is important, such as counselling - where her sensitivity could serve a constructive purpose. It really isn't worth trying to oppose her because she is sure of her decisions, and won't understand how come you don't agree with her point of view. However, if you must object, make sure that you know what you're talking about! Her gentle, quiet and reserved appearance conceals an enthusiastic and passionate temperament, her visionary side enables her to be in the forefront and she is always one step ahead: new ideas, new concepts... The presence of a master number in the name Doris bestows her with advantages that go hand in hand with a considerable amount of nervous tension. Her sensitivity could be expressed at a lower octave, as kindness and gentleness, a romantic spirit and idealism, as well as some reserve. She is an attentive listener to those she loves, and has a shoulder that feels wonderful to cry on. In childhood, Doris tends to be calm, sweet-tempered and sensitive, and will probably constitute a real family with all her dolls. Her sensitivity can sometimes lead to periods of elation followed by periods where Doris will almost disappear, quiet and unassuming as a mouse. Her parents should take particular care to ensure that she has enough self-confidence and give her a reasonable amount of responsibility from a relatively tender age.