Sure, to a point. But who isn’t like that?
This is where it goes from normal to histrionic. My accomplishments stand just fine on their own, thanks.
This is complete bullshit. Read my latest post on RMPSIMS6 for details.
Again, who doesn’t?
Once more, bullshit. One of the phrases I say most often about my life is “When is this all going to start feeling like work?” I may bitch a lot, but all in all, I’m happier than 99% of people my age, and probably happier than a great deal of people of any age.
Not suspicious, not restrained…I just prefer my own company over that of most people I know. I have some close friendships, but only with people I respect.
See above. Plus, I have some pretty interesting dreams that I want to accomplish, and I’ve been known to write. A lot. So much for that enthusiasm and imagination, eh?
No, no, no. The end result is the same, but the cause is very, very different from what they’re suggesting here.
[quoteYou keeps a careful and critical watch to see whether motives towards you are sincere. You maintain a watchfulness which easily develops into suspicion and distrust. Once bitten, twice shy; Your emotional disappointment has led to a watchful mistrust of the motives of others.[/quote]
a) These sentences seem extremely redundant to me.
b) And they’re still not right. I tend to trust people until they give me reasons not to, not the other way around.
c) Hi, Opal!
This is probably the most accurate thing in here. I do tend to bolster my self-esteem by examining my accomplishments. So does most everyone else I know.
I’m a freakin’ English major. Philosophy minor. I rarely deal with absolutes, and I think I would hate it if I had to have it that way.
Yeah…letting stress out is what this MB is for.
Sorry, Kell. The stuff that was right for me would be right for pretty much anyone, and the stuff that was wrong was really, really wrong. And I got the same reading twice in a row, without even trying. I just can’t pick them in any other order.