I was trying to test out making a poll, which is why the title of this thread is fdg. I just type some random letters and then accidently hit enter.
Anyways, I was wondering what type I seem like.
It's hard to describe myself but I'll try to do my best. I've noticed though that writing about myself never seems to get the full picture. It seems like I always end up with a caricature of my personality instead of a real depiction.
If I had to pick some of the more positive qualities to describe myself I would probably say:
Takes pride in doing the right thing and doing my best
Takes pride in being someone who can think and understand various aspects of the world
Wants to live a meaningful life
Able to enjoy the differences in people
Compassionate, not cruel
Very responsive to positive attention. My spirits can be lifted by one nice compliment or act of kindness.
Love reminiscing about the past and often wish I could go back to it. I get very nostalgic.
If I had to pick some negative qualities they would be:
Anxious and avoidant at times
Doesn't care about people's feelings when I get mad
Prone to being moody and depressed
Flakey when I don't care about someone or something
Too concerned with other people's opinions
Sometimes I try too hard to be different
Not always content with things the way they are
These are some comments from people I know about my personality. I don't necessarily agree with them all but this is how others view me which may be useful to read:
"was very focused as a baby"
"very well behaved as a little kid"
"very easy going"
"seems like you don't think about anything"
"least realistic person ive ever met"
"need to be more aware of your environment"
"awkward and paranoid"
"too quiet, but really nice"
"obnoxious, she thinks she so cool"
"lovely, mellow, and analytical seeming"
"seems like you're always in deep thought"
"care too much about what other people think"
"i feel like i'm hanging out with a parent when i'm around you" (thats my little sister talking, lol)
"you're one of those people who listens to other people's problems"