The second test said I was 65% caregiver, 18% explorer, and 17% advocate, which means that I am a friendly, sincere and compassionate person. It also says that I enjoy helping others. Strengths again, include being able to be around others comfortably and being a positive person, who tends to look at the glass “half full” instead of “half empty”. Weaknesses include wanting to be everyone's friend and wanting everyone to like me. In reality, it is not possible and not everyone will like you in the world, so it can create an unrealistic fantasy for
Though the plot is really good, there are still some things that weren’t as good. One thing that I thought was a little weird was that the book was written at a highschool level. Another thing was the abrupt sentence changes and some of the sentences were worded a little differently. Also, some things were reiterated more than needed and certain words were way overused. Yet, even with all of these lesser things there was still some really good things(besides the plot) that I noticed.
Although it is great to be happy, that is not the only emotion people need in order to live a balanced and healthy life. Other emotions, such as sadness, fear, and anger, also play a significant role in the lives of many humans. Negative emotions are just as important as positive emotions. Though they may be quite unpleasant, negative emotions like sadness and fear play a vital role in human development. For example, in the article “Don’t Worry, Be Gloomy,” this idea is further explained through Dr. Susan David’s argument, “Being excessively happy could kill you.
When this is explained so clearly is sounds kind of silly and almost childish, but I was surprised to realize how often I do this (usually without even noticing it), and how most people I know do the same thing. I think it’s a pretty natural reaction to try to make a person feel good about him/herself in any circumstance, even if it means employing some
While the investigative and artistic made sense, I was surprised by social, specifically the characteristic of ‘highly verbal’, as I tend not to be. However, the social category is also called ‘The Helpers’, which I can associate with. The juxtaposition of the Investigative category’s ‘prefer to work independently with minimum supervision’ and the Social’s ‘prefer to work with others’ was ironic, but, oddly enough, I notice myself shifting between those two ends
I truly can’t stand when people are upset because I feel others pain and then that makes me sad. Part of the personality traits I would like them to have would be: caring, honest, kind, funny, and thoughtful. Along with a good personality, there are a few physical features that I would like. These would include: being taller than me, having good hair and abs would be a plus. In addition, they also need to have good hygiene and not be lazy.
I can also be known for protection, elegance, dramatics, and classiness. I feel that I am often misunderstood. I don't wish to be what you think of when you think about bad things. I'm more than depression. The world never exactly treated me right.
People replied about what they think about pride, the comments were anonymous. For the 43% that said pride was bad, some people said “pride was not the same as confidence” or “pride can lead to bad things.” The 57% said that “pride is good in every way” and “pride is wisdom.” Since so many people have different opinions on pride it might seem a little hard to
Higher Personal reflective essay – S5 Sabrina Di Battista IF I COULD CHANGE ONE THINGS ABOUT MYSELF “Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today, I’m wise, so I’m changing myself.” - Julaluddin Rumi One of the most unpleasant feelings a person can experience in life is being dissatisfied with their self. We are prone to notice negative features in other people; however, we rarely turn our eyes on ourselves to critically evaluate our behaviour or personal qualities. Yet if we do, we can notice many traits within ourselves we would not like to have. I myself try to stay tolerant towards the majority of my personal features, though simultaneously with my positive qualities I can be an irresponsible, impassive, downer.