Some people know how rewarding it is to know their own Human Design. They are amazed to hear the mechanics of their unique personalities and subsequently have a language to know and speak about themselves. It's so helpful to understand our idiosyncrasies. J.R. "Randy" Richmond is one of the leaders of the Human Design movement. Nine years ago, he was the one who tested me to be approved as an analyst. As a psychotherapist, he uses Human Design to help addicts understand their unique designs and see the difficult traits they need to work with as well as learning to use their strengths better.