In the eBook Pleasant Relationships, readers will discover character types such as HAVEITs and NUMAWITs! Those terms are acronyms. What do they stand for? Here's a peek preview.
A. Definition: nummie—slang for NUMAWIT;
Definition: NUMAWIT—An event, thing, person or group of people whose individual NUMAWIT Drag Factor score is 6 points or more, or their total Drag Factor score is 33 points or more. Drag Factor Component scores are determined in PR's Chapter 6, and those points can be tallied on the Chapter 5 Scoring Page. How cool is that!
B. Definition: DARKAWIT—the most defective and woeful sector of those classified as NUMAWITs; scored similar to "A," above. See PR's Chapter 6.
C. Definition: havvie—slang for HAVEIT;
Definition: HAVEIT—An event, thing, person or group of people who embrace exemplary, good character. If someone or something is not a nummie, as determined in A, above, then an automatic score of a havvie is acquired!
D. Definition: WITHIT—the most flawless and immaculate sector of those classified as HAVEITs; scored similar to "C," above. See PR's Chapter 7.