Those are the types of friends I do not get a long with and some advantages that we can learn from them. In certain circumstances, friends with negative characteristics can be advantageous. We can take and learn some beneficial things from their characteristics .We can take the positive things from them and not only the negative things. To summarize, nobody’s perfect and I will make friend with people I can get along with. However, I also will not take ones I can’t get along with as my enemies, as I realize that I also have some negative traits.
The results of my Insightfulness snapshot in Appendix A indicate that I am normally excellent at understanding what people have to say although there can be circumstances I misread what the sender is saying and I contract the wrong impression. My snapshot of Self-Disclosure in Appendix B explains that I am occasionally open with my friends but I do not constantly share each personal detail with them. I would agree with most of these results because of the type of person I am and the relationships I have formed. I definitely concur that the majority of the time I have an excellent idea of what people are communicating to me, although there is the odd instance I am completely mistaken with my judgment. I would say predominantly I am well aware of what people are communicating.
I am generally a good person; I morally try to do things for others, as long I can do it without affecting me or my family. For example I use to dedicate time to others needs. But I started thinking that I was pleasing everybody too much and I never had time for myself. As soon I changed my point of view, my moral now, is thinking first in my own necessity and later in others. After finding a balance in this matter, I feel more satisfied in life.
Dale also talks about how when talking to people I you show more interest in them then you show of yourself then they will like you more. I like this because I would never have thought that, I like how he sees things from other perspectives and pulls them all together to make one large thought. I also liked how he put his own thoughts into it with personal comments they make you feel like you are actually talking to him and not just sitting there reading. I overall just really liked the book and thought it to be very helpful for my future and just talking to people on a regular basis. I didn’t really dislike much about this book other than the quotes from people like teddy Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln didn’t seem real, that some things were repeated and how he made the conservatives look bad.
When I talk, I don’t wish to create dilemmas. I would always explain the reason why am I doing a particular job. I enjoy being with my friends, but I also like to have my on some personal moments or time. I love to work with others, but in crucial times I make my own decisions. I have an ambivert type of personality, sometimes I like doing things personally at the same time, sometimes I like my company of friends and work with others.
Furthermore, I think that I'm quite quick-witted - I often come up with an answer like that and moreover, I do not just sit down and take things (especially those that bother me) like that. Unfortunately, that's not always favorable - sometimes I have the feeling that people get a wrong impression of me - the impression that I always have to have the last word. Apart from that, I'm curious and therefore I get relatively easy enthusiastic about certain ideas, things, etc. I also do not shrink back from challenges - on the contrary, most of the time I love to accept challenges. Although I'm able to be spontaneous, I rather prefer to think over certain things in advance.
People see me as an outgoing person, but I am truly a introvert and only associate with a chosen few. My capability of advocacy may cause discomfort in stressful situations; however, I have strong writing skills that allows me to express my feelings and emotions on paper easier. Because of my effective intellectual work and caring for people, social and community care services, counseling, teachers, healthcare workers, service-oriented professions, and social movements are some favorite examples of occupations of my INFJ traits. Another ENFP personality type suggests that I am funny, warm, creative, and demonstrative. I tend to persuade people gently and enthusiastically; friends are vital to my life that I am certainly encouraged by being around them.
Other than that, I get on with people and make new friends easily. Also I try to encourage my little sister and brother to be nice to everyone in all kind of situations, have respect for other people and etc. 5. Spiritual Dimension Spiritual wellness means emotional support through positive beliefs, finding meaning in life events, demonstrate individual purpose and living a life that reflects our values and beliefs. For example at this age I have a quite clear sense of right and wrong.
Having a good friend can usually brighten a bad day, and make one smile since that is what friends are for. Being a good friend means that one will not judge the others mistakes but help with the correction of the mistakes. A good friend listens to problems and lends useful advice to better their situation. Being a good pal means that no matter what happens one will stand next to their friend's decisions and choices. Sometimes one may not always like what their friends have to say but since there is a common ground between the two one will often listen and respect what the other has to say.
Furthermore, I’m affected (PASS) by his optimistic attitude, and he makes me temporarily forget my troubles. Dora also likes to help people. For instance, I can directly ask him if I need help. I trust him because he tries his best to help me every time. Unlike (CONTR) Dora, Mike is an introvert.