The assessments made me cognizant of other skills I had, such as leadership, forgiveness, religiousness and discretion, which highlighted the best parts of my personality. After completing the active listening skills I was more aware that I am a very patient individual, which I was always told by my past manager. Before attempting all of the assessment, I already had in mind the type of person I am. I knew and I was told that I was funny, outgoing, always helpful, kindhearted, brave and creative. Overall, I knew I had a good image in society.
Extroverts exhibit pronounced sociability and enthusiasm for engagement with external environment. Such individuals are usually talkative, and assertive in life and when dealing with others. They are known to excel in situations that require team work as opposed to those that require them to work singly. Introversion is the reverse trait to extroversion. Individuals with this trait lack the exuberance and energy associated with extroversion.
It is my hope that through the learnt therapies I will be able to provide my clients with a greater understanding of their feelings and behavior and the help I can give them will hopefully lead to the client living a more fulfilled and meaningful life without the need for constant support. I have always had the ability to put myself in other people’s shoes and I am told I am an excellent listener. I do believe that no one knows what’s best for us than us, we are all unique and all need to find our own way but sometimes we need some help and guidance doing this when it feels too much or when maybe we can’t see a way out. This course and hopefully the following level 5 diploma will really help me hone my therapist skills and give all of the knowledge and skills to best support and guide my clients.
One thing I’ve noticed, in the Turn of the Screw, is that the number three comes up a lot. At first, I thought this might be coincidence, but the more I looked, the more I became convinced this was not and I think I might have an answer to this: possession. Possession, according to tradition, especially the Catholic tradition, has THREE states: 1. Infestation, 2. Oppression, and 3.
This is because I enjoy giving affection to others and vice versa. I also comprehend that relying on other people for help is part of life. I am content trusting others and being trusted by others for little things are worth it. I trust people quickly I appreciate it when someone confide in me. I am very compassionate towards them for trusting me.
Even McMurphy likes to break the rules, he is a people person and he smiles so much. He has definitely positive personality. His positive personality and his laughter put people in the ward in a good mode and help them remember smiling again. McMurphy believes that breaking the rules and not
INFJ’s have a well-developed value system and a lot of respect for their perseverance in doing the right thing. They are likely to be individualistic rather than leaders or followers. INFJ’s are tremendously complex people however they are also very nurturing, creative and warm. They typically make loving parents and form strong bonds with their offspring. The results of the Typology test were spot on.
However, I am very self-reliant and posses accountability. I am not afraid to pursue something I want and able to take everyone’s thought into consideration, even as I live out what is required of me in the group. My weakness are that I can be tempted to expedience and entitlement. If I am not paying attention I can be easily tempted to base my actions on what is political or advantageous rather than what is right or just. I can also persuade myself that my role in the group gives me special privileges inconsistent with good character.
Everyone loves to have a good friend—someone you can count on to laugh with, tell stories to, crack some jokes with. Not only is it nice to have such a person, but it is healthy. When you have a bad day and need to let off a little steam, it is great to do that with this person. If you allow too many things to build up inside and you are dying to tell someone it is not at all healthy. Maybe that includes being a bit of a “sin committer” as Orwell mentions, but these are friends that are invaluable.
I have to work on it, but the legacy I want to leave is to find your own self-happiness so you may share that with others. Always look forward and up as you find spread this kindness, just because there is only positive outcome. I want people to remember me as someone that always seemed uplifting at the most memorable of times (all the time). Always smiling and trying to make a laugh or two. The only thing I really want to people to remember something positive about me.