Sean, your unconscious mind is driven most by Kindness
This means you have a deep desire to be kind and fair to others. You may even be preoccupied with finding kindness in the world around you, far more than you realize on a conscious level.
It is possible that the underlying reason you seek kindness in the world around you, is that you fear cruelty, the opposite of kindness. That could drive you to unconsciously project kindness wherever possible into your world. Regardless of its origin, your steadfast adherence to being kind to others is felt by people you are close to.
You are probably more susceptible than others to being overwhelmed by emotions--both yours and others'. It is possible that your unusually empathic nature is a result of wanting to avoid pain and discomfort, and your desire to help others avoid it as well. For this reason, things might affect you more than they affect your friends and family. To keep your emotions in check, you might want to recognize this in yourself so you can pull back during those times when you start to feel overwhelmed.
But overall, your strong orientation towards kindness gives you an optimistic nature, which translates into you seeing the best in the people around you. Because you're not one to be overly judgmental, others may seek out your company when they need a friend to talk to. People close to you likely know that you care deeply about the inner lives of others and can listen to what they have to say without imposing your views on them.
Which is a little odd, since I'd identify this as a fair conscious orientation. But there's really no way for me to have consciously steered the answers in that direction, I don't think. It may just be luck of the draw, given how oddball everyone else's answers have been.