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    Extraversion................99

    Friendliness..............80
    Gregariousness.........80
    Assertiveness............95
    Activity Level.............99
    Excitement-Seeking...75
    Cheerfulness.............99


    Agreeableness.............40

    Trust........................99
    Morality....................80
    Altruism....................50
    Cooperation...............22
    Modesty....................0
    Sympathy..................10


    Conscientiousness........60

    Self-Efficacy...............90
    Orderliness................33
    Dutifulness................60
    Achievement-Striving..80
    Self-Discipline............60
    Cautiousness.............30


    Neuroticism.................1

    Anxiety.....................3
    Anger........................30
    Depression................0
    Self-Consciousness.....0
    Immoderation............20
    Vulnerability...............10


    Openness to experience 65

    Imagination................90
    Artistic Interests..........30
    Emotionality................20
    Adventurousness.........80
    Intellect......................60
    Liberalism...................99
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    Extraversion...............6

    Friendliness.............46
    Gregariousness...........17
    Assertiveness............26
    Activity Level...........1
    Excitement-Seeking.......1
    Cheerfulness.............32

    Agreeableness..............85


    Trust....................98
    Morality.................85
    Altruism.................26
    Cooperation..............97
    Modesty..................85
    Sympathy.................22

    Conscientiousness..........65

    Self-Efficacy............35
    Orderliness..............74
    Dutifulness..............61
    Achievement-Striving.....19
    Self-Discipline..........31
    Cautiousness.............99

    Neuroticism................0

    Anxiety..................0
    Anger....................0
    Depression...............2
    Self-Consciousness.......57
    Immoderation.............1
    Vulnerability............4

    Openness to experience.....3

    Imagination..............36
    Artistic Interests.......6
    Emotionality.............1
    Adventurousness..........3
    Intellect................37
    Liberalism...............52

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    Extraversion...............27

    Friendliness.............24

    Gregariousness...........27

    Assertiveness............33

    Activity Level...........14

    Excitement-Seeking.......64

    Cheerfulness.............37

    Agreeableness..............61

    Trust....................61

    Morality.................65

    Altruism.................41

    Cooperation..............51

    Modesty..................62

    Sympathy.................64

    Conscientiousness..........19

    Self-Efficacy............33

    Orderliness..............1

    Dutifulness..............51

    Achievement-Striving.....54

    Self-Discipline..........24

    Cautiousness.............20

    Neuroticism................70

    Anxiety..................56

    Anger....................49

    Depression...............81

    Self-Consciousness.......64

    Immoderation.............77

    Vulnerability............66

    Openness to experience.....81

    Imagination..............84

    Artistic Interests.......73

    Emotionality.............63

    Adventurousness..........76

    Intellect................84

    Liberalism...............46

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    How are you people able to cope with such high levels of neuroticism? I'd likely suicide

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    Extraversion...............1

    Friendliness.............1

    Gregariousness...........2

    Assertiveness............0

    Activity Level...........1

    Excitement-Seeking.......63

    Cheerfulness.............46

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    Agreeableness..............36

    Trust....................27

    Morality.................60

    Altruism.................8

    Cooperation..............52

    Modesty..................82

    Sympathy.................9

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    Conscientiousness..........0

    Self-Efficacy............0

    Orderliness..............2

    Dutifulness..............29

    Achievement-Striving.....0

    Self-Discipline..........0

    Cautiousness.............18

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    Neuroticism................82

    Anxiety..................75

    Anger....................66

    Depression...............74

    Self-Consciousness.......83

    Immoderation.............24

    Vulnerability............99

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    Openess to experience.....87

    Imagination..............85

    Artistic Interests.......40

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    Adventurousness..........89

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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    How are you people able to cope with such high levels of neuroticism? I'd likely suicide
    Are you making a suggestion, or expressing something else?

    In other systems, they just call it being limbic, instead of calm. It is a biological thing.

    Accept the past. Live for the present. Look forward to the future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    How are you people able to cope with such high levels of neuroticism? I'd likely suicide
    Same here. I can't imagine life without having a peace of mind, body and soul. I think it might be linked to culture.

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    Took the 120 questions one.

    Extraversion...............70
    Friendliness.............82
    Gregariousness...........87
    Assertiveness............81
    Activity Level...........49
    Excitement-Seeking.......10
    Cheerfulness.............66

    Agreeableness..............33
    Trust....................24
    Morality.................81
    Altruism.................45
    Cooperation..............44
    Modesty..................1
    Sympathy.................63

    Conscientiousness..........75
    Self-Efficacy............90
    Orderliness..............80
    Dutifulness..............41
    Achievement-Striving.....46
    Self-Discipline..........68
    Cautiousness.............72

    Neuroticism................19
    Anxiety..................19
    Anger....................75
    Depression...............15
    Self-Consciousness.......8
    Immoderation.............28
    Vulnerability............19

    Openess to experience.....65
    Imagination..............61
    Artistic Interests.......8
    Emotionality.............43
    Adventurousness..........78
    Intellect................79
    Liberalism...............87

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    Are you making a suggestion, or expressing something else?

    In other systems, they just call it being limbic, instead of calm. It is a biological thing.
    Expressing. One side of me actually admires people that are able to live with high levels of anxiety. Whenever my anxiety rises over even a bit over "peace", I start feeling extremely bad and try to take remedies.

    I mean, do you feel like there's something wrong with it, or not? Did it always feel the same during your life?

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    Posts where Hotmale and FDG flirt with each other (and Athenian200 becomes jealous) moved here.
    Relationships have normal ebbs and flows. They do not automatically get better and better when the participants learn more and more about each other. Instead, the participants have to work through the tensions of the relationship (the dialectic) while they learn and group themselves and a parties in a relationships. At times the relationships is very open and sharing. Other time, one or both parties to the relationship need their space, or have other concerns, and the relationship is less open. The theory posits that these cycles occur throughout the life of the relationship as the persons try to balance their needs for privacy and open relationship.
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