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The Peacemaker

Peacemaker

The 4 aspects that make up this personality type are:
1. Spontaneous: Flexible and take life as it comes.
2. Facts: A practical person who remembers details from your surroundings.
3. Hearts: When making a decision, you are driven by your personal values and the feelings of others.
4. Introvert: Tend to focus on and get your motivation from your own inner thoughts and ideas.

Summary of Peacemakers:
1. Value personal freedom. [Of course!]

2. Particularly sensitive to the feelings of others.
[Yeah... have to lerrr...]

3. Think of themselves as steady, gentle and sympathetic.
[Is it?]

4. Others may mistake their quiet nature for weakness.
[Oh...]

5. Focus on the present and enjoy helping others in practical ways.
[Not really.]

6. Take quiet joy from people and nature, particularly animals.
[Definitely!]

7. Value close relationships, but it may take time for others to get to know them.
[It's true but not many people have time for that though...]

8. Live by a set of personal values, which they work hard to reflect in their everyday life.
[Correct, I call them principles.]

9. Would rather support an activity than organize it. When they do find themselves in leadership positions, they observe quietly and lead by example.
[Think so.]

10. In situations where they can't use their talents or are unappreciated, they may withdraw and become self-critical.
[Oh well...]

11. Under extreme stress, they may become even more critical of themselves and others and make harsh judgments about minor issues.
[So, no stress please :P]

12. Tend to show someone how much they care about them by helping them in a practical way rather than putting their feelings into words.
[Not really arr...]

Wanna know more? Check out BBC - Science & Nature: Human Body & Mind

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