Category: English

Slaves of system

Journalists belong to special caste. Whoever starts on this thorny way, rarely change profession. The reason is simple: they are forced to proceed. Staff manager of any company apart from PR and news agencies, looking through professional history of applicant, may be alarmed by facts of...

Women

Gender differences in Austria As great part of my life I lived among multi-language folks (including national minorities in Kyrgyzstan), my ability to catch the meaning at non-verbal level developed to degree of intuition that small children and domestic animals have from the start. Analyzing my...

Vienna, Vienna!

Whenever pink morning light transits to yellow of midday, and wind blowing from Schmelz stops bringing meditative tunes of kukus bird, I start my everyday journey. Mirror in my small flat is the gateway. I step behind it and as invisible clot of energy roll outside....

The Traditionalist

The Traditionalist (phlegmatic) Temperament The Traditionalist type prefers: belonging, support, tradition, security, commerce, comfortableness, order, peacefulness, inactivity, silence, agreement, friendliness, moderation, submissiveness, homeliness, reciprocity, duty. David Keirsey reconfigured the typology created by Isabel Briggs Myers to a scheme of four groups of four types that corresponds...

Sensitive Personality Type

Idealist (melancholic temperament) subtypes Sensitive Personality Type Dr. John M. Oldham has defined the Sensitive personality style as follows: individuals with the Sensitive personality style prefer the known to the unknown, they are comfortable with habit, repetition, and routine; sensitive individuals care deeply about what other...

Conscientious Personality Type

Conscientious Personality Type Dr. John M. Oldham has defined the Conscientious personality type in his The New Personality Self-Portrait. Hard work. The Conscientious person is dedicated to work, works very hard, and is capable of intense effort. The right thing. These are men and women of strong...

Rationalist subtypes

Aggressive Personality Type Dr. John M. Oldham has defined the Aggressive personality style. The following six characteristic traits and behaviors are listed in his The New Personality Self-Portrait. Command. Aggressive individuals take charge. They are comfortable with power, authority, and responsibility. Hierarchy. They operate best within...

Tempo and disorder-2

Rationalists want to gain power over nature, to understand, control, predict, and explain realities, to be seen as competent, to have, most of all, capabilities, abilities, capacities, skills, and ingenuity, to be able to do things well under varying circumstances, to constantly improve, to be free from errors, to increase their store of knowledge, to learn as much as they can, to rearrange the environment

mermaid in desert

Temperament, style and disorder

“Idealists want to search for Self, to become themselves, to have a goal, a purpose in life, to be self-actualized, to be and become real, to be what they are meant to be and to have an identity which is uniquely theirs, to become self-actualized into a perfect whole and to have an identity which is perfectly unique, to have meaning, to have their significance appreciated, or at the very least, recognized as existing, to have integrity with no facade, no mask, no pretence, no playing of roles, to be genuine

Jung Typology tests

Introvert-Judging group Personality types are classified into 16 different styles by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) system. These types are grouped by the four different attitudes, one of which is Introvert-Judging group. The Attitudes reflect the outward face of our personalities, and the Introvert-Judging types are focused...

Group of people

Sixteen Personality Types

System 1:The Myers-Briggs Type IndicatorSixteen Personality Types Characterized by the Four Attitudes The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator system is a way of describing people by focusing on how they view the world and their strategies for setting priorities. It classifies personality types into 16 different styles along the...

Joy and frustration of change

My experience with new Asus PA249G LCD Monitor As was pointed out by reviewers, the main advantages of this semi-professional monitor are qualities of its precalibrated for Adobe RGB and sRGB colour spaces screen. The possibility to rotate the screen and change the length of monitor’s...

The value of flexibility

Normality versus Pathology Normality and abnormality cannot be differentiated objectively. All such distinctions, including the diagnostic categories, are in part social constructions and cultural artifacts. Although persons may be segregated into groups according to explicit criteria, ostensibly lending such classifications the respectability of science, the desire...

The Neurotic Needs

Neurotic needs are compulsive attachments. “The various strategies the child adopts to cope with anxiety can eventually become persistent and irrational needs that cause both neurosis and personality disorder” “Basic anxiety is the foundation of the neurotic personality. Horney identifies ten strategies and corresponding needs that...

The Pride System and False Identification

Neurotic Pride The most important aspect of an idealized image is neurotic pride, a false pride based, not on a realistic view of the true self, but on a spurious image of the idealized self. Neurotic pride is qualitatively different from healthy pride or realistic self-esteem....