Please Understand Me II

Please Understand Me II

For many years, people have always questioned each others motives. People have always questioned why certain people do certain things or why certain people act a certain way. We have always wondered what makes other people tick; people besides ourselves. Watching another person perform daily tasks can raise many questions. Questions such as ” Why didnt he do that the other way” or ” How can someone bungee jump” Temperament, Character, and Personality have mystified human beings so much, Plato, himself, wrote about four kinds of character. By understanding each other, humankind may get a better sense of who everyone is. Stereotypes as the outcast will be better understood for what they do and why they do it. By understanding character, people will appreciate differences instead of trying to mold other people into molds of themselves.
The book Please Understand Me II, by David Keirsey, is based on the questionnaire, devised by Kathryn Briggs called the “The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.”(Keirsey, 1998) Myers labeled her sixteen personality types with four pairs of letters. E or I, P or J, N or S, or, F or T. E means extraverted, I means introverted, P means perceiving, J means judging, N means intuitive,

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