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Behavioral, Moral, and Social

Behavioral, Moral, and Social#

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  • ambitious
  • analytical
  • angry
  • annoying
  • anxious
  • arrogant
  • artistic
  • blammer
  • calm
  • caring
  • clever
  • compassionate
  • controlling
  • creative
  • curious
  • disciplined
  • dominating
  • emotional
  • empathic
  • frank
  • friendly
  • greedy
  • hard-worker
  • humble
  • idealistic
  • impatient
  • integral
  • intelligent
  • irritable
  • jealous
  • judgemental
  • logical
  • manipulative
  • natural
  • neutral
  • nossy
  • objectional
  • observer
  • over XXX
    • over clever
    • over smart
  • patient
  • perseverant
  • poker
  • quick XXX
    • quick decision maker
    • quick thinker
  • realistic
  • sensible
  • sensitive
  • serious
  • short-tempered
  • skeptic
  • smart
  • sympathic
  • technical
  • toxic
  • workaholic
  • worrier

Emotional Intelligence#

    • talk/communicate to make them feel good
    • know strength & weakness, and seek help
    • don't assume#

Accusing and Blaming#

Acceptance & Arguement#


Verbal Abuse#

Verbally abusing or attacking another is a maladaptive behavior that can be occasionally displayed by anyone, especially during stressful times or times when one is experiencing significant physical discomfort. It can also be used as a defensive mechanism when an individual feels like he or she is being attacked by another individual, or as a method of achieving vengeance on an individual. However, verbal abusive behaviors can also be used to intentionally manipulate others.

When an individual starts verbally abusing another, the intensity and the frequency of abuse tend to increase over time.

It can be as harmful as physical abuse, and can negatively impact the victim’s health.[14] The victims of verbal abuse may suffer from emotional pain and mental distress, which over time could lead to succumbing due to stress-related illness

Victims of verbal abuse are three times more likely to develop personality disorders.

Parents who verbally abuse their children may cause their children to develop personality disorders during adolescence and young adulthood.

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Anger Management#

Tactful Honesty#

Niceness/Empathic over Truth/Honesty#

Observation Vs Judgement#

Over confidence, Confidence, and Under confidence#

  • Over confidence
    • arrogant
    • denying the lack/gap
  • Under confident
    • covering the lack/gap
  • Confidence
    • knowing & accepting the lack/gap

Lack of confidence#

Self Validation#

  • accepting your limitation, flaws, and mistakes

Confidence Measurement#

  • Self evaluation
  • Judgement of accuracy (w.r.t self evaluation report)