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  • SanPhleg

    11 6.29%
  • SanChol

    11 6.29%
  • SanMel

    7 4.00%
  • PhlegSan

    12 6.86%
  • PhlegChol

    2 1.14%
  • PhlegMel

    34 19.43%
  • CholSan

    10 5.71%
  • CholMel

    17 9.71%
  • CholPhleg

    5 2.86%
  • MelPhleg

    38 21.71%
  • MelSan

    6 3.43%
  • MelChol

    22 12.57%
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    Choleric, 60 percent; Melancholy, 33 percent; Sanguine, 8 percent.

    Currently operating at 101 percent.

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    Choleric 46, Sanguine 44, Melancholy 10

    Figures.

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    Personality / Temperament for tara

    Test taken on June 4th 2007

    Personality: Sanguine Phlegmatic


    Melancholy Strength:3 Weakness:6
    23%

    Phlegmatic Strength:6 Weakness:3
    23%

    Sanguine Strength:10 Weakness:11
    53%

    Choleric Strength:0 Weakness:0
    0%

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    The first time I took this test was from a big, chubby, mean pastor and his family. They went on and on about how mean Cholerics are and how they ran them out of town and how his mother-in-law was horrible Choleric, but acted nice to strangers. I was fifteen, and tried to answer all the questions 'correctly' and came out Choleric-Sanguine or something. We were all sitting in a circle and I started crying when he was saying how horrible and bossy Cholerics were, etc. I said, "I don't think I'm a mean horrible person" And they went on and on and on.

    This system is taken from the Medieval concept of temperament based on the four primary bodily fluids known at that time. It is amusing that the temperament Phlegmatic is based on the bodily fluid phlem. I know Sanguine is blood, and am not certain of the other two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toonia View Post
    The first time I took this test was from a big, chubby, mean pastor and his family. They went on and on about how mean Cholerics are and how they ran them out of town and how his mother-in-law was horrible Choleric, but acted nice to strangers. I was fifteen, and tried to answer all the questions 'correctly' and came out Choleric-Sanguine or something. We were all sitting in a circle and I started crying when he was saying how horrible and bossy Cholerics were, etc. I said, "I don't think I'm a mean horrible person" And they went on and on and on.

    This system is taken from the Medieval concept of temperament based on the four primary bodily fluids known at that time. It is amusing that the temperament Phlegmatic is based on the bodily fluid phlem. I know Sanguine is blood, and am not certain of the other two.
    Oh lucky you. Sloppy students of the LaHayes, I assume.

    I believe choleric and melancholic are black bile and yellow bile and I'm thinking choleric is yellow bile, but I can't remember for sure.
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    Yeah, this theory is partly LaHaye's "invention".
    Aside the Christian judgementalism, this temperament theory can be useful.
    BTW, cholerics: Joyce Meyer (a female Christian pastor who's actually very successful in her ministry) is all choleric....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shimpei View Post
    Yeah, this theory is partly LaHaye's "invention".
    Aside the Christian judgementalism, this temperament theory can be useful.
    BTW, cholerics: Joyce Meyer (a female Christian pastor who's actually very successful in her ministry) is all choleric....
    My little anecdote was intended to amuse more than inform. I do like the higher resolution of MBTI overall, but haven't studied this other one in that much depth. Maybe I'll go take it again.

    Your personality is Melancholy Phlegmatic.
    Melancholy Strength:7 Weakness:9
    40%
    Phlegmatic Strength:6 Weakness:7
    33%
    Sanguine Strength:6 Weakness:3
    23%
    Choleric Strength:1 Weakness:1
    5%
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    Fear of reality creates myopic morality
    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
    (from Blue Velvet)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shimpei View Post
    Yeah, this theory is partly LaHaye's "invention".
    Ugggh. I haven't looked at LaHaye's recent work, or derivations of it. He's not even a personality theorist, he's an End-Times theologian.

    I did read his "Spirit-Filled Temperament" when I was a teenager, 20 + years ago. It was a nice baby primer on personality theory, but I quickly abandoned it as insufficient; it seemed to cookie-cutter everyone, based on the four Greek humors.

    Anyhoo: Your personality is Phlegmatic (50&#37 Melancholy (35%)

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