Name: Robert Garretty, Jr. Age: 32: Looks mid-twenties Eye Color: Forrest green Hair: Dark brown, perfectly messy, thick hair Weight: 170 lbs. Body Build: Scrawny Skin Tone: Fair Occupation: Surgeon Robert's greatest fear is disappointing someone, which is why he is constantly looking to make someone happy and give them everything that they want from him. He cannot stand the feeling of letting someone down and goes beyond the call of duty when anyone asks him for anything. He loves the feeling of making other people happy, even if that comes at the cost of him (i.e. losing his family because of his job). He strives to make his patient's family happy, even though he knows he cannot do that with every family. He hardly ever does anything for himself, simply because he is too busy helping someone else. The worst things that could ever happen to Robert have already happened. The first one is losing his family, which he had done without even knowing what he had done wrong. The second thing is losing patients and disappointing the patient's family with his performance (on whether or not the patient makes it through the procedure). Even though Robert is a surgeon, he still meets with his patient's family before he takes them into the OR, which means he gets to meet his patient. Since Robert is very good at reading people and telling their emotions just from simple things, such as gestures and posture, he sometimes gets a feeling like he knows the patient and their family personally and not like they just met. Since he gets that feeling every so often, when he loses a patient that he already felt sort-of close to, he, even though he has accepted it for the most part, gets upset and tends to bottle it up inside. Robert is hardly ever at ease because of his job and over stresses himself to the that he has to let his feelings, which involves crying, screaming, and occasionally punching. He hates losing his cool around people because that is not who his family, friends, or patients see him as, and is often called "Mr. Cool". They see him as a laid back man, but they do not realize how stressed out and nervous he really is. He is a master at hiding his emotions. Robert is a shy person and has a hard time relating to anyone that he does not know. He can get comfortable, to an extent, around his good friends, but even that makes him tense up. He is not a big talker, but a big thinker, and tends to over-think situations. He hates conflict and does his best to get out of it. In your eyes does he seem like he could be a real person, or he he still two-dimensional? I am trying to make my main character as believable, relatable, and real as I can make him. If he does not seem real yet to you, please tell me why. What could I do to make Robert seem more real? Thanks! Much appreciated!