Understanding The Alpha, Beta, Omega and other Personality Types

Understanding The Alpha, Beta, Omega and other Personality Types

Type Delta: Aloof, marginalized, and resentful

Delta Male & Female

Deltas are withdrawn, private, and to some extent, disaffected. Deltas are often ‘has-beens’ who were confident, successful, popular Alphas in their youth. The lowest rung in the hierarchy of personalities, Deltas tend to be subordinates who are ostracized by society.

Type Sigma: Sardonic, outsiders, and baffling

Sigma Male & Female

Sigmas are outsiders to the social game, yet manage to win at it anyhow, confusing everyone else in the process. They are also adept at socially challenging and ridiculing Alphas, to their infuriation. Sigmas tend to be contemptuous towards the opposite sex, even if they desire them.

Related: 10 Traits Of A Sigma Male

So, here are all the different personality types. Which one do you think you are? Let us know in the comments below!

If you want to know more about the Alpha, Beta and Omega personality types, then check this video out below:


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12 thoughts on “Understanding The Alpha, Beta, Omega and other Personality Types”

  1. Wolf pacts are ruled by seniority, and these personality profiles look like they were writ by a drunk frat boy. There is huge overlap between omegas, the losers, and gammas, the mature people we should aspire to be.

    It’s just creepy seeing posts praising this drivel.

  2. Brilliant! That’s why feminism is so toxic. Clearly cia .
    They are free activists to. You don’t even have to pay most of them.
    Family is everything. None of them are happy.

  3. You forgot the part about Alpha Females turning into lonely cat ladies after they hit the wall since they forgot to reproduce when they were still viable creatures to mate with.
    But at least she gets a career and a plaque on the wall to remind her that she doesn’t need a family because she’s so strong and independent.

    People need to stop believing life is like the movies.

      1. Psychology is a science, but one that often relies on qualitative observations as opposed to quantitative measurements. This Alpha/Beta/Omega thing is onto something, but it’s poorly structured as it is replete with extroverted cultural bias against introverted personality types.

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