"A One's first response to everything is, 'How can I make this better?'" -Suzanne Stabile
Ones have a basic desire to make the world better and themselves good.
Because they see that way, they tend to be critical, both of others and of themselves. They have an incessant inner critic.
With that awareness and open communication, Ones can be incredible partners, since they'll always be helping the other person become a better version of themselves. Ones are driven to accomplish tasks.
Ones won't deal well with someone morally corrupt or who urges them to break the rules, and they don't like being controlled, particularly for no good reason.
Ones measure everything against a moral standard of right and wrong, and generally have very good intuition
The closest relationship a One has is with the inner critic. Ones want to be right, and they generally are.
They tend to be critical, but it's to help those around them and make things right.
Ones criticize themselves so often that they'll resent anyone else who criticizes them, too.
They are loyal, trustworthy, and responsible. They'll do it if they say they will.
Ones want others to notice their effort, and they resent others who don't exert effort to accomplish what's right.
Ones don't particularly like being controlled if it seems like it's for no reason.
Ones won't tolerate being with someone with blatant disregard for morals, ethics, or rules.
Stances are formed by which of the centers of intelligence is repressed. For Ones, it is thinking. Although Ones think all the time, their thinking is non- productive. They are generally entertaining their inner critic: by fighting with it, defending themselves to it, or succumbing to the criticism. Ones need time to verbally process in order to combat the attacks of the inner critic and to sort through their thoughts to find what is true.