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Know More About Yourself Better and Understand Your Personality

Know More About Yourself Better and Understand Your Personality

A lot of the battles we have with ourselves are usually caused by the fact that we do not truly know and understand ourselves. Our temperaments can define our personalities.

Understanding who we are as students is critical because we are at a point in our lives where we are attempting to build a good future for ourselves. The greatest accomplishment a human being can ever achieve is self-mastery.

The four main temperament types are explained briefly below.You are most likely a mix of one primary temperament and one or two secondary temperaments.

The Main Classifications of Human Personality Temperaments are :

In ancient times, each of the four types of humour corresponded to a different personality type.

Sanguine

The sanguine temperament is impulsive and pleasure-seeking at its core; sanguine people are sociable and charismatic. They enjoy social gatherings, making new friends, and being boisterous. They are usually very creative and frequently daydream. For those with this temperament, however, some alone time is essential. Sanguine can also refer to someone who is sensitive, compassionate, and thoughtful. Sanguine personalities generally struggle to complete tasks completely, are chronically late, and are forgetful and occasionally sarcastic. When they start a new hobby, they often lose interest as soon as it stops being engaging or fun. They are very people-oriented. They are talkative and not shy.  Sanguines are generally shameless, certain that what they are doing is correct. They are not lacking in confidence.

Choleric

The choleric temperament is fundamentally ambitious and commanding. They are aggressive, energetic, and/or passionate, and they try to instill this in others. They have the ability to dominate people of other temperaments, particularly phlegmatic types. Many great military and political leaders were choleric. They enjoy being in charge of everything. Cholerics, on the other hand, tend to be either highly disorganized or highly organized. They have no in-between setups, only one extreme to the other. Cholerics, in addition to being assertive and leader-like, can experience deep and unexpected depression. They are, in essence, prone to mood swings.

Melancholic

The melancholic temperament is introverted and thoughtful at its core. Melancholics were frequently perceived as overly pondering and considerate, becoming concerned when they were unable to arrive on time for events. Melancholics can be highly creative in activities such as poetry and art, but they can also become preoccupied with the world’s tragedy and cruelty. They are frequently perfectionists. They are self-sufficient and independent; one disadvantage of being a melancholic is that they can become so engrossed in what they are doing that they forget to consider others.

Phlegmatic

The phlegmatic temperament is fundamentally relaxed and quiet, ranging from warmly attentive to sluggishly lazy.  Phlegmatics are content with themselves and kind.  They are accepting and loving.  They may be open and shy, and they frequently prefer stability to uncertainty and change. They are consistent, relaxed, calm, rational, curious, and observant, which makes them excellent administrators.  They are also capable of being passive-aggressive.

 

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