1 edition of What is your temperament? found in the catalog.
|Statement||Donald F. Miller|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||24|
The child who is highly withdrawal may struggle with new students, avoid new playground activities, and step back from an unfamiliar concept in the classroom. Others of us who have a low intensity of response barely show a blip on the screen when our emotions are set off. Low intensity is easier to deal with, but parents and teachers must be alert to more subtle signs of problems. Does the child approach people or things in the environment without hesitation, or does the child shy away? The Sanguine has the potential for the widest range of behavior due to possessing the widest range of emotions. The Bible characters that seem to best fit the characteristics of a Melancholy are Moses and Abraham.
Puerto Rican children under the age of five showed rare signs of sleep problems, however, sleep problems became more common at the age of six. Physically, a melancholic is often tall and thin and can be prone to rheumatism and arthritis. They tend to have guilt feelings but fail to realize that guilt will not change the past nor will worry change the future. They are animated, excitable, approachable, accepting, and trusting of others. Consider that some combinations of traits can be more troublesome or more beneficial in school than others. If so, print our Temperament Scale and rate your child.
Adaptability refers to the amount of time and effort it takes to adapt or accommodate to a new person, situation, or concept after our initial approach or withdrawal response. They can also be seen as shallow, superficial and fickle. They are people-oriented and enthusiastic but with the resolutions of the Choleric tempering the lack of organization of the Sanguine. As an infant he may have been categorized as a fussy baby.
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Their constant cravings can lead to overeating and weight problems. Is the child bothered by external stimuli like noises, textures, or lights, or does the child seem to ignore them? He is an emotional person — from being moved to tears to being critical and hard on others.
It makes me feel very uncomfortable. Thus, all of us as human beings have been hard-wired by our Creator we are not just products of random chance — Ps ; ; Isand What is your temperament? book have all been impacted by the world around us.
They have active, positive, and forward movement, in an antagonistic environment. They influence their environment by cooperating with others to carry out the task. Physically, a melancholic is often tall and thin and can be prone to rheumatism and arthritis.
Phlegmatics are practical, concrete, and traditional thinkers. They can also be seen as shallow, superficial and fickle.
In the remaining four types, one pair of qualities dominated the complementary pair; for example, warm and moist dominated cool and dry.
Whatever his profession, his brain is always active and engaged.
Teenagers who had been classed as high reactives when they were babies were more likely to be "subdued in unfamiliar situations, to report a dour mood and anxiety over the future, [and] to be more religious. When present, it can rule over everything: good thinking, paying attention, proper self-control, and appropriate social skills to name a few.
This allows them to participate based on their second temperament in any kind of human activity. When a child's personality doesn't quite fit or match that of other family members, it can be a challenge for everyone.
They make and keep friends easily.
Negative, positive While all children display a variety of emotions and reactions, from cheerful to glum, affectionate to grumpy, each child is predisposed toward a generally positive or negative mood. They will smile, and talk easily and often.
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He has been a management consultant since and founded Profile Dynamics to develop and promote the temperament model of behavior. Dr. Cocoris developed the DISC II Temperament Assessment, DISC3, and the Temperament Profile Assessment.
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Since then I have written Transformed Temperaments, a bibli-cal study of Peter the Sanguine, Paul the Choleric, Moses the Melancholy, and Abraham the Phlegmatic. My wife, Beverly, has written two books on the subject, Spirit-Con.