The YOU is ME

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You are generally a cooperative person, one who enjoys getting along with others. Your friends would consider you helpful and generous. You are considerate of others and strive to be friendly in social situations and empathetic in interpersonal ones. Because of your tendency for an optimistic view of human nature, you are generally liked by others. You are considered to be good-natured and easy to get along with. When in conflict, you prefer to use effective tactics. For you, sometimes it’s more important to preserve the positive nature of the relationship than it is to “win” every argument. You also have a tendency to believe that most people are honest, decent, and trustworthy, and you find yourself surprised when the unkind nature of others becomes evident. You can be more responsive to other’s needs than your own, so from time, you time you may want to ensure that you balance others’ needs with your own.

You have a natural curiosity about life, the type of person that likes to ask questions and learn about the world around you. You are equally interested in your inner feelings, another aspect of your tendency to contemplate different ideas, analyze information, and enjoy solving puzzles. You have an appreciation for the arts, as an evening listing to music, going to the museum, or talking about poetry intrigues you. You have a wide variety of interests, driven by the fact that you have an inclination to try new activities, visit new places, and try new foods. You may even appear to be unconventional to some! This also makes you appreciate diversity, as discussing others’ religious or political views rarely threaten your own.

Sometimes you like to be involved in large group activities, and you get energized from a crowd, and other times you would prefer a quiet evening alone. You have your own personal threshold for sociability, and the time you spend alone makes you feel more ready to conquer the world. You are generally comfortable around others, and you are good at adapting to social situations. You can find yourself being contemplative one day, or in the mood to be more adventurous the next. Some situations call for watching before taking action, and others call for being more outspoken. You don’t mind being a leader, but you may not seek the position. When part of a couple, it’s important for you to balance time spent alone with time spent together.

You are considered a person of character. You actions follow your conscience, and you are rarely impulsive. When working at a task, you tend to be careful and deliberate. In fact, you work best with a schedule and due dates, and you are considered to be hard-working and reliable. At times, you have to watch yourself, or you may become a perfectionist. You enjoy being organized, a trait that helps you to reach the goals you set for yourself. Your friends consider you to be highly dependable. You are focused when there is a task at hand, and you like to contemplate your moves because it allows you to take others into consideration before making decisions or taking action.

We all navigate the waters of our emotional lives, and some days you feel in control of your emotions while other days they get the best of you. This is most likely dependent on the situation, as you know how to make a good day last and you have learned how to tolerate your negative ones. A partner who has high levels of emotional reactivity is likely to trigger you more frequently. You don’t like feeling angry, so you tend to accept moderate frustrations. Friends would consider you to be stable and content. In general, you consider yourself well-adjusted to the ups and downs of life.

You consider yourself to be a religious person, and your faith is very important to you. Your relationship with Christ and His Church is paramount in your life, as a source of healing and strength for you. Your friends would consider you to be religious and spiritual. You feel compelled to reach out to others and share your faith, and you enjoy participating in a ministry community. You sense the Holy Spirit alive in your life, and you consider your faith to be a very important part of your life and your relationships.

4 comments

  1. Pingback: My First #Book and My First Year of #Blogging | PhoTrablogger
    • D · September 14, 2015

      where can I get a copy?

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  2. Migrant Pen · January 16, 2015

    hi, where are you based now? because I’m updating my list of bloggers – https://migrantpen.wordpress.com/links/

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