This is certainly one way to look at it. But why don't we look at it this way instead?
Every full petal is essentially a stereotype. And there is something to dislike about every stereotype. If you feel that you don't fit into any of them, then that may more simply mean that you are discerning. You recognize that there is something to like about groups as disparate as "jocks" and "geeks," while there is something to dislike about them as well.
I think many people could agree with many of the nuanced opinions you've presented here. Personally, I only find myself outrightly disagreeing with the "Geeks" petal; I would reverse it.
In terms of the one that bears on religion, I too would like to believe that there is something more in the world, but my life experience (which has been, at times, horrid) makes it such that if I were to begin to believe in any God, I would be angry with that God. I am somewhat aligned with the opinion of Tony Kushner, who once said "I have become comfortable with the discomfort that is being an agnostic." (that was a paraphrase; I probably butchered it). So, like you, I want to believe in a higher meaning, but I don't have all the answers. Actually, it was this very dichotomy that first attracted me to your comic.
And, like you, I think that "skeptical" books that try to debunk religion are sort of missing the point. On the face level, this may seem like a contradiction. "If you're skeptic, you should agree with things written from a skeptical perspective." But in reality its more complex than that. I might decide, for example, that I want to interrogate the claims of people who claim to be skeptics themselves.
I guess what I'm saying is that if you look at different labels and feel that none of them fully describe you, but that you can see some room for agreement in almost all of them, you are probably just a very smart, thinking, reflective person.
Which I do believe of you, because I have read your comics and seen a lot of intelligence in your best work.
Sometimes I feel very alone as well. But I try to battle that impulse. There is a place in this world for people who think, care, and use an intelligent skepticism to battle against stereotypes, even the stereotype of skepticism itself.