04 July 2014

Im a ChlorMel

I took a temperament test this day just for fun and just to see if I have the same a few years ago and I did have the same results. Im still the ChlorMel Choleric -  Melancholy.

The ChlorMel “The choleric/melancholy is an extremely industrious and capable person. The optimism and practicality of the choleric overcome the tendency toward moodiness of the melancholy, making the ChlorMel both goal-oriented and detailed. Such a person usually does well in school, possesses a quick, analytical mind, yet is decisive. She develops into a thorough leader, the kind whom one can always count on to do an extraordinary job. Never take her on in debate unless you are assured of your facts, for she will make mincemeat of you, combining verbal aggressiveness and attendance to detail.” (LaHaye, 1984,pp.25-26) “This person is extremely competitive and forceful in all that she does. She is a dogged researcher and is usually successful, no matter what kind of business she pursues. This personality type probably make the best natural leader. General George S. Patton, the great commander of the U.S. Third Army in World War II who drove the German forces back to Berlin, was probably a ChlorMel.”(LaHaye, 1984, p.26) “Equally as great as her strengths are her weaknesses. She is apt to be autocratic, a dictator type who inspires admiration and hate simultaneously. She is usually a quick-witted talker whose sarcasm can devastate others. She is a natural-born crusader whose work habits are irregular and long.” (LaHaye,1984, p.26) “A ChlorMel harbours considerable hostility and resentment, and unless she enjoys a good love relationship with her parents, she will find interpersonal relationships difficult, particularly with her family. No man is more apt to be an overly strict disciplinarian than the ChlorMel father. He combines the hard-to-please tendency of the choleric and the perfectionism of the melancholy.”

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