Hi Good People,
let me introduce myself. ^^
My name is Annisa Sarah, you can call me Sarah
My previous education was Graphic and Publishing Engineering but I have strong passion and curiosity on Social studies. To support this passion, I learned, English and Japanese language for helping me to communicate and understand the society in my workplace (especially when i have talked to expatriate several times).
also, I like to know how international people relate each other through many kinds of interaction, communication and cooperation. I want to connect and build up my international networks, and also promote Indonesia through education, art, social and business.
okay let me tell the specific of me ^^,
i am a muslim . . .
i am a learner . . .
i am an introvert Phlegmatic, as fighunter.com said that
“Phlegmatics are introverted, and enjoy time alone. However, they are much ‘nicer’ and more friendly and social than the melancholic, as they’re unburdened by ‘perfectionism’ and as such do not judge others.
They enjoy spending time with friends, and are very loyal to these friends, sticking with them through thick and thin, even through abuse. This is because they put others first, and will not leave another even if THEY want to because the other person may not want them to leave.
They are almost immune to anger. They have extremely long fuses, and will only snap after a long period of prolonged and persistent abuse. Even then, they’re more likely to retreat within themselves and cry than to try to harm another.
They like calm and steady lives, free of surprises. They can be relatively confident in familiar situations – if not necessarily assertive – but panic when placed in new ones. They do not seek thrills, and enjoy predictable, quiet, ritualistic lifestyles.
They are very quiet, and do not share their own inner thoughts readily, as they fear judgement and don’t wish to bother others by waffling on about themselves.
They are however excellent and attentive listeners, who will quietly and politely take in and absorb the conversations of their friends. They will always pay attention, and will offer supportive feedback rather than criticism or advice. They’d never say things like ‘bored now’, as if it’s the duty of others to entertain them.
Since they hate to offend or hurt others, they generally don’t ever resort to aggressive insults or attacks. Belittling or hurting another makes them feel bad, not ‘powerful and in control’ or amused, so they’ll worry about having done this accidentally.
They could be described as ‘nice guys/girls’ or, more horribly, ‘doormats’ by those with different temperaments.
They barely express emotion at all. While the sanguine might whoop and cheer and jump for joy at the slightest provocation, phlegmatics are unlikely to express more than a smile or a frown. Their emotions happen mainly internally.
They lack ‘passion’, as their emotions are mostly internal. They often rely on others ordering them to do things to get motivation.”
sometimes i am an introvert melancholic, as fighunter.com said :
“Melancholics are the most introverted of the temperaments in that they crave time alone, and are most at ease in their own company.
They can enjoy spending time with others, but this drains their energy, and they need alone time in order to recharge.
Much of their introversion comes from their perfectionism. They are picky about the sorts of people that they associate with; people who meet their standards and share their outlook. People that don’t will make them uncomfortable; they do not wish to talk to ‘anyone and everyone’.
Their self-deprecation also makes them think that they might not be very interesting anyway, that they aren’t really worth spending time with, even if they know in the depths of their minds that they are very interesting indeed.
Once they have someone to talk to in a quiet and relaxed environment, they can talk a lot and will enjoy sharing thoughts and ideas.
They are very wary of making friends. Unlike sanguines, it can take them a very long time for them to consider someone they’re familiar with a ‘friend’, but once they’ve reached this point, they will likely stick with that person loyally.
They prefer having a few close friends to many acquaintances.
They can be seen as selfish, because they prefer to be alone with their thoughts, to have their own things, rather than sharing time or possessions socially with others.
They are usually very possessive about the things that they own and are reluctant to let others borrow or use them, because they treat their own things well, care about everything deeply, and will worry that others will not look after them with the same level of care. They could be described as ‘intense’, rather than ‘easy-going’.”
am i clear enough??
hihihi i think so.
thank you so much for visiting my blog,
Sunday, December 7th, 2014
22.09 WIB / 10.09 PM