Owls and kingfishers are thinking birds, and I explain in the book how this makes them quite different to the other six types. Owls are never lonely because they always have themselves to talk to and spend a lot of time doing so in their heads. The’re often creative and love to explore new ideas – and quickly become bored if made to do something they consider tedious. Attention to detail is not their strength.
Owls shy away from emotion – there’s or anybody else’s, and can come across as distant or aloof. They often feel they’re on the outside looking in and can take a while to open up to someone. They loosen up after about 20 years in a relationship.
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