So let’s get right into it. Which are you? A judger or perceiver? It’s an important question to ask yourself, because your personality type can have a big impact on your life. If you’re a judger, you like things planned and orderly. You like to be in control, and you tend to be more critical
In his book The 5 Love Languages, Gary Chapman, a marriage counsellor of over 35 years, describes the five different love languages that people use, need, and respond to. For humans, he noted, these languages are like oil is to a car. Without them, engines and people seize up and can’t operate smoothly or efficiently. Chapman
Do other people constantly hurt your feelings when communicating with you? Are you told your communication style upsets and offends others? Do people claim you’re too hard and rational? Or maybe too emotional and irrational? If so, there’s a very good reason! As humans, we have two rational processes for making decisions: thinking and feeling.
Boy meets girl. They fell in love, get married (or move in together). Weeks pass…months…maybe even years…the first stage of love starts to fade and things begin to change. Many things she found attractive seem to disappear or lose their luster. Her endearing, lovable quirks suddenly annoy and frustrate him. The relationship normalizes. Boy and
Perception and communication must align. Perception is the way we look at, understand, and interpret our world. Everyone’s perception is unique and coloured by a great many things. Environmental factors, culture, religion, our friends, innate personality type, temperament, our love languages, all impact how we view the world. I’ll cover all these factors (and more)
Have you heard The Egg Story? It’s simple enough. We begin our relationships as two egocentric individuals. Separate eggs, each from our own egg cartons. Then? We fall in love…and everything changes. We begin to do things together…everything together. Spending as much time as we can at each other’s side. We blend our lives. We are…in
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (or MBTI®), one of the most widely used personality tools in businesses today, was first published in 1962 by the mother-daughter team of Katharine Briggs and Isabel Myers. Its success was worldwide. Why? Because, it’s a remarkable relationship tool that has been shown to significantly improve organisational performance and team work. But
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