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    Thursday, October 11, 2007

    BBC personality Quiz


    Your answers suggest you are a Nurturer
    The four aspects that make up this personality type are:

    Summary of Nurturers
    Care for the important people in their lives
    Strive for harmony and avoid confrontation
    Think of themselves as gentle, conscientious, and mature
    May have trouble making decisions that could hurt others
    More about Nurturers
    Nurturers are quiet people who believe in order and diligently look after the people they care about. They focus on the needs of others and establish routines to help them meet their commitments.

    Nurturers are the most likely group to say they prefer a job where the same thing happens every day, according to a UK survey.
    Nurturers remember details that are important to them, such as their friends' birthdays and anniversaries. People with this personality type value others' feelings and may challenge behaviour they think is insensitive.

    In situations where they can't use their talents or are unappreciated, Nurturers may feel bitter and seek support by complaining to their colleagues. Under extreme stress, Nurturers may become preoccupied with the worst possible outcome and believe that they are heading for disaster.

    Because they are so caring and loyal, Nurturers run the risk of being taken advantage of.

    Nurturer Careers
    Nurturers are often drawn to jobs that allow them to help others.

    It's important to remember that no survey can predict personality type with 100 percent accuracy. Experts say that we should use personality type to better understand ourselves and others, but shouldn't feel restricted by our results.



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