Source: tvtropes.org


Positive Traits:

  • Care deeply for others
  • Loving and truly kindhearted
  • Warm, open and accepting
  • Friendly and affirming
  • Service-oriented, very concerned with making others happy
  • Good listeners
  • Takes duties and obligations very seriously – will put forth a great deal of effort to fulfill them
  • Good organizational skills
  • Good at taking care of practical, day-to-day needs
  • Generally good with money
  • Take commitments seriously and seek out lifelong relationships
  • Sensitive to the feelings of others
  • Perceptive
  • Usually very good at reading people
  • Desire to believe the best in people
  • Value harmony and cooperation
  • If an event leaves an impression on them, they will store the memory and recall it with remarkable precision and accuracy
  • Respect and value tradition and law – likely to do things the “tried and true” way
  • Hands-on learners
  • Highly dependable and responsible – people tend to rely on them
  • Have strong emotions, which they are keenly aware of but may not often express
  • Hard-working

Negative Traits:

  • Tendency to leave feelings unexpressed, causing pent-up frustration to build up inside
  • Prone to struggle with insecurity, are often too hard on themselves
  • Tend to neglect their own needs
  • May have a hard time branching out to new territory
  • Intensely dislike conflict and criticism
  • Have a hard time leaving an unhealthy relationship
  • Have a hard time moving on after the end of a relationship
  • Tendency to place others’ needs above their own
  • May have a hard time saying “no”
  • Need positive feedback and may become discouraged or depressed if they do not receive it

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  • Things to do on the BotFA premiere date: Marathon the first two Hobbit movies
  • Things to do right after watching BotFA: cry while marathoning the LotR trilogy
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The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies trailer is HERE!!!!!!!!!!!



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Virtue Ethics FTW!!

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New set up for the office, much thanks to ryelmo for the help with moving and arranging of bookshelves and books.

I love my workspace