Many of us feel that the people in our lives shape our personalities, influencing our professional trajectories, personal experiences and temperaments. Each seemingly insignificant or significant encounter has the potential to impact our thinking and behavior; also, our representation of ourselves may vary over time as we meet other people and bid farewell to friends and loved ones. While the process of development of personality is mostly unknown, it appears evident that our experiences have a major role in it.
A person’s temperament is defined by their behavior and self-presentation in light of their personal attributes and meaningful experiences. Temperament is fairly consistent and acts as a guide for determining how you might react in different scenarios. It’s a method for identifying recurring personality features.
According to one study, temperament is determined by brain-stem functions. Each individual has a different brain stem anatomy and physiology that cannot be altered during life. While the brain stem doesn’t really change, this does not entirely prevent humans from changing their temperament. Rather than that, when people learn new information and develop their conduct, they might integrate new forms of behavior into their temperament. Regardless of your personality, you always have the opportunity to redeem your life while maintaining a sense of self-worth. Simply being alive is a blessing, so make the most of it.
While your basic temperament is fixed, you may alter your behavior as you age and continue to build your approach that relies on your viewpoint. You have the ability to alter your perspective. If you have ever thought that you have behaved unreasonably in certain situations, identifying and understanding the four temperament types can help you improve your attitude.
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