The DISC theory splits people’s personalities into four different groups – D – I – S – C. People with strong S-personality styles are described as steady and stable. They seek out routine, predictability, and safety in their day-to-day life and routine. They strive for close and personal relationships and positive environments without conflict. They are peacemakers, good listeners, and truly loyal friends and supporters. Aside from being positive, friendly, patient, and sympathetic, S-personalities can also be possessive of their loved ones and at times, passive-aggressive in their effort to avoid conflict or negativity.
In the DISC personality systems, the S-Style has an innate fear of losing their safety and security. As a result, they create routines and resist change.