Personality Differences and Relationship Satisfaction from the Perspective of the Big Five Trait Theory

"My wife and I were happy for 20 years," joked Rodney Dangerfield, a stand-up comedian, and actor, in one of his routines. "Then, we met." That knee-slapper played on a marital axiom probably as old…

Does Jungian psychology works best with creative people (high in openness)?

If people who are high in openness aren't doing something creative then they are lifeless. According to Dr. Jordan Peterson his clients who are high in openness benefits particularly to depth psychological approaches and especially…

ESFJ

According to the MBTI model, the ESFJs are mainly oriented towards extraverted feeling (Fe). This feeling reveals higher interpersonal skills, tending to concentrate on others, and trying to understand them, treating harmony between individuals as…

High in Conscientiousness (Organized/Efficient)

People classified as high in Conscientiousness tend to act more dutiful, systematical, highly analytical, and strategical. Like described by Jordan B Peterson[1], competent and able to make relatively accurate plans to life goals, mainly in…

High in agreeableness (Accommodating/Friendly/Compassionate)

People classified as high in agreeableness tend to be considerate, kind, generous, and cooperative. They genuinely care about other people and their feelings, which makes them more likable and trustworthy. They are also often religious…

What are some of the negative shared traits of Enneagram Types 3 and 9?

Some of the negative shared traits of Threes and Nines are that they depend too much on external approval. Therefore,  they pursue goals that hold no real interest or personal meaning, just for gaining acceptance…