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  1. Myers Briggs Forum
    In the research on the Relationship Temperament, I have discovered many designs and people can be categorized as either a Love-primary Friend-secondary, or Love-primary Work-secondary person. I have titled these two categories as either Pleiadian or Sirian, which is an inspiration from two alien...
  2. Myers Briggs Forum
    This topic has been partly covered in Emotional Repressions-Developments, though will be addressed mainly here: There are seven main Emotional Directions (ED), where people channel their energy unimpeded by Emotional Repressions. Besides this, there is a primary Emotional Direction and a...
  3. Myers Briggs Forum
    The Five Emotional Repressions have been discussed by Neale Donald Walsch, in his book Conversations with God. Basically: Sadness is natural emotion that allows people to let go of something or someone important to them. When people feel it's wrong to experience sadness, and therefore, repress...
  4. Myers Briggs Forum
    Personality is how people tell each other apart, and as suggests, the five love languages are no exception. The Five Love Languages has been discussed in the MBTI+ thread, and it's fairly self-explanatory as by the titles. Though this will contain diagrams, and is a place of discussion of the...
  5. Big Five
    Openness to experience: love of learning, enjoys the arts and engages creatively, and likes meeting new people How it relates to MBTI+: Growth Temperament (Truth-oriented, Wisdom-oriented, Experience-oriented people); also Soul-satisfying (altruism, unselfishness or selflessness)...
  6. Myers Briggs Forum
    People are either an assertive or a charmer, though people tend to have a preference for either empathy or intentpathy (can also be called inpathy or intpathy). The information comes mainly from the book, On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society, by American...
  7. Myers Briggs Forum
    Learning is a life-long endeavor, and people have different preferences for the sources of their learning. Certain people prefer to learn from facts, where they seek to find the truth behind natural phenomenon. Others prefer to learn from various people, and hear their stories, where they glean...
  8. Myers Briggs Forum
    This is an extension of MBTI+, in which the personality temperaments of arts, objects, clothes, and even sounds and languages have personality temperaments that can be identified. These temperaments mean the people, objects, and arts (architecture, painting styles, music, etc.) have different...
  9. Myers Briggs Forum
    This is an extension of MBTI+, in which the personality temperaments of arts, objects, clothes, and even sounds and languages have personality temperaments that can be identified. These temperaments mean the people, objects, and arts (architecture, painting styles, music, etc.) have different...
  10. General Psychology
    Knowing a person's temperament and learning style is part of the next step after MBTI typing. Identifying these can help in finding a romantic partner, job or career path, and finding a better way to learn a new skill. The information is detailed as follows: Four Temperaments (associated also...
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