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    Okay. Here's mine.

    Interactive Johari Window - Describe usehername

    The Nohari Window - Describe usehername

    I have had 10 RL friends complete the positive one and only 3 were brave enough to do the negative one. Comparison should be fun.
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    *Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason once accepted, despite your changing moods.
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    My wife and I made a game to teach kids about nutrition. Please try our game and vote for us to win. (Voting period: July 14 - August 14)
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    i didn't pick "religious" because of the terminology, but I would've picked "solid, really respectable Christian" if there was an option
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    *Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason once accepted, despite your changing moods.
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    Alright. I don't want to link it b/c I entitled my friends page with my real name and I am paranoid, so I will try to type it out. It's in white in case you have yet to take my test, so that these results don't distort your answers. I will post the negatives tomorrow; I'm hoping to still get a few more responses there (i only have 3 as opposed to 10).

    So, what my RL friends said:

    KNOWN TO SELF + KNOWN TO OTHERS (top left) / ARENA:
    calm (1)
    clever (4)
    confident (1)
    reflective (4)

    BLIND SPOT (top right):
    able (1)
    accepting (1)
    adaptable (1)
    brave (2)
    cheerful (2)
    complex (2)
    dependable (2)
    energetic (2)
    friendly (1)
    helpful (2)
    idealistic (1)
    ingenious (1)
    intelligent (1)
    kind (2)
    logical (4)
    mature (1)
    modest (1)
    observant (4)
    organised (1)
    religious (1)
    responsive (1)
    searching (1)
    sensible (2)
    silly (2)
    spontaneous (1)
    trustworthy (2)
    witty (1)

    FACADE (bottom left) / KNOWN TO SELF + UNKNOWN TO OTHERS:
    independent
    wise
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    *Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason once accepted, despite your changing moods.
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    The adjectives grouped under the Nohari window constitute a very blunt instrument. I considered two forum members and couldn't find any word that was either accurate or fair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Usehername View Post
    i didn't pick "religious" because of the terminology, but I would've picked "solid, really respectable Christian" if there was an option
    Thanks. That's a word that can be taken as either a positive or negative depending. There are a few words on the Johari that I can't really think of as positives in any situation. For example who wants to be described as "tense"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    There are a few words on the Johari that I can't really think of as positives in any situation. For example who wants to be described as "tense"?
    I agree.

    I should have looked up some of these words (such as tense and brash) before I used (or didn't use) them.

    Also, there are some word pairs I've been missing, such as realistic/naive to complement idealistic/cynical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by htb View Post
    The adjectives grouped under the Nohari window constitute a very blunt instrument. I considered two forum members and couldn't find any word that was either accurate or fair.
    Well, you are right about that. There were a few people I did not rate (either Johari and/or Nohari) because the words listed just did not do them justice.

    It is what it is, I suppose.

    Does anyone have a list of words they think would provide more coverage? One wants to avoid having too many words that generally "overlap," but at the same time if there are holes where some people/traits are left out...
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