Mutual Adjectives in Utd’mbts (simplified form)

Mutual Adjectives in Utd’mbts

Two syndromes (Yaufohtx) joined by the eses connective are mutual adjectives (snfesce) of each other such that one syndrome affects the quality of the other and vice versa.
    For example, in the case of “vivzioxt eses dhviwsaxt” or “self-esteem eses insecurity,” each affects the quality of the other:
    If Being T has high self-esteem and low insecurity, T will tend to employ assets in a nurturing and kindly way.
    On the other hand, if Being Z has high self-esteem but has a high level of insecurity that generates fear and hate, or breeds contempt for others, then Z will use any given powers to hurt, or to control others.
    Thus self-esteem can be a bad thing if it has a mean quality to it. A short-cut can be used for the extremes: ” + ” for very high and ” – ” for very low.
    Consequently, we may say:

    “Zusoiti +vifzioxt eses +dhviwsaxt”
    — “Zusoiti is a vicious dictator who will never have enough weapons or perform enough executions to feel safe and secure.”

— Naztko