Wrong, wrong, wrong.Melody uses judgment to make decisions. She is ruled by her head, not her heart. She is a cool, collected person who is usually unexpressive emotionally. Some may see her as unemotional. She does have emotions but has no need to express them. She is withdrawn into herself and enjoys being alone.
Wrong again. First of all, I express emotion way more often than that. Second of all, poise is the last thing people would associate with me.The circumstances when Melody does express emotions include: extreme anger, extreme passion, and tremendous stress. If someone gets her mad enough to tell her off, she will not be sorry about it later. She puts a mark in her mind when someone angers her. She keeps track of these marks and when she hits that last mark she will let them know they have gone too far. She is ruled somewhat by self-interest. All her conclusions are made without outside emotional influence. She is very level-headed and will remain calm in an emergency situation. In a situation where other people might get hysterical, she has poise.
Wow. Fits me to a T. I almost never tell people that I love them.Melody will work more efficiently if given space and time to be alone. She would rather not be surrounded by people constantly. In a relationship, she will show her love by the things she does rather than by the things she says. Saying "I love you" is not a needed routine because she feels her mate should already know. The only exception to this is if she has logically concluded that it is best for her mate to hear her express her love verbally.
Mm, there wasn't a single sentence in this paragraph that I can relate with.Melody is not subject to emotional appeals. If someone is selling a product to her, they will need to present only the facts. They should present them from a standpoint of her sound judgment. She will not be taken in by an emotional story about someone else. She will meet emergencies without getting hysterical and she will always ask "Is this best for me?"
Yep.People that write their letters in an average height and average size are moderate in their ability to interact socially. According to the data input, Melody doesn't write too large or too small, indicating a balanced ability to be social and interact with others.
Me? Pride? That's hilarious!Melody will demand respect and will expect others to treat her with honor and dignity. Melody believes in her ideas and will expect other people to also respect them. She has a lot of pride.
Only towards people I don't like.Melody will be candid and direct when expressing her opinion. She will tell them what she thinks if they ask for it, whether they like it or not. So, if they don't really want her opinion, don't ask for it!
Mhm.In reference to Melody's mental abilities, she has a very investigating and creating mind. She investigates projects rapidly because she is curious about many things. She gets involved in many projects that seem good at the beginning, but she soon must slow down and look at all the angles. She probably gets too many things going at once. When Melody slows down, then she becomes more creative than before. Since it takes time to be creative, she must slow down to do it. She then decides what projects she has time to finish. Thus she finishes at a slower pace than when she started the project.
She has the best of two kinds of minds. One is the quick investigating mind. The other is the creative mind. Her mind thinks quick and rapidly in the investigative mode. She can learn quicker, investigate more, and think faster. Melody can then switch into her low gear. When she is in the slower mode, she can be creative, remember longer and stack facts in a logical manner. She is more logical this way and can climb mental mountains with a much better grip.
That'd be my 4 kicking in.Melody's true self-image is unreasonably low. Someone once told Melody that she wasn't a great and beautiful person, and she believed them. Melody also has a fear that she might fail if she takes large risks. Therefore she resists setting her goals too high, risking failure. She doesn't have the internal confidence that frees her to take risks and chance failure. Melody is capable of accomplishing much more than she is presently achieving. All this relates to her self-esteem. Melody's self-concept is artificially low. Melody will stay in a bad situation much too long... why? Because she is afraid that if she makes a change, it might get worse. It is hard for Melody to plan too far into the future. She kind of takes things on a day to day basis. She may tell you her dreams but she is living in today, with a fear of making a change. No matter how loud she speaks, look at her actions. This is perhaps the biggest single barrier to happiness people not believing in and loving themselves. Melody is an example of someone living with a low self-image, because their innate self-confidence was broken.
Exactly.Melody has difficulty trusting anyone. In fact, she trusts no one completely. This is a result of her trust being betrayed in the past. She has closed up, thus ceasing to allow close friendships. Melody truly wants close friends and desires physical relationships, but she fears she will get hurt, again. She is lonely, yet has a crying need for close friends. This trait can cause much unhappiness. However, it can be changed.
So the analysis was very hit-or-miss. The wrong parts were completely and utterly absurd, but the correct parts were perfect.