If you are tuning in after reading my last article about certain personality types being more prone to anxiety, keep reading… if you haven’t seen it already, it’s here
What do I mean by Personality Type?
What do I mean by Personality?
Anyone who has a slightly more than basic grasp of psychology, will know that our personalities are the version of ourselves that we present to the World. they are our mask.
Each of us beautiful precious soles has a unique personality which acts as our interpreter to the World.
If you are reading this having completed the personality test from the previous article, you will be left with a bunch of letters and you’re probably thinking …
Don’t worry! Help is at hand!
Ok, it’s just me but I’m a pretty helpful person!
I am not an expert in the workings of the Myers Briggs Personality types, nor am I a clinical expert in the deep working of the mind. What I am, however, is a Counsellor who works with hundreds of different people and the way they project to the World.
Oh, and I’m the proud owner of a Personality too!
You see, your personality is the “go to” performer which your sole creates. Sometimes we are happy with the way we present ourselves, sometimes we are not. Sometimes we are happy with other people, a lot of times we are not.
By gaining a deeper understanding of those four little letters and how they interact with other peoples four little letters, we can gain an extra layer of knowledge and understanding which unlocks the next access level which leads towards our inner self!
If you’re still interested in finding out more, take the test and stay tuned for some easy explanations in my next article.
Sarah Terry is a School Counsellor and Author who works in Central England. Her interests include Counselling and Psychology, Personality Types, Jogging and Yoga and Meditation. Find out more here
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