Category Archives: Psychology & self-help

Reflections from 2016

2016 bucked the trend a bit for me. Whereas 2012-15 were years of growth, changing and self-improvement, 2016 was predominantly about self-reflection and consolidation. Even though I’m a highly introspective person anyway, last year really forced me to ramp it up.

One of my main points of reflection was exactly how Islām had affected me mentally and behaviourally. As I covered that in another post I won’t delve into it too much now. What I want to focus on is exactly what my Islām was. What did Islām mean to me, why and where did it come from? Continue reading Reflections from 2016

The 7 Personality Types summarised – Questionnaire

This is the 6th and final part of The 7 Personality Types summarised. Here I’ll be presenting Puttick’s questionnaire verbatim. It was devised by Elizabeth Puttick herself, with inspiration from various sources she lists in the book. As such I claim no ownership in whole or in part of this questionnaire (plagiarism allegations out of the way. Whew!)

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The 7 Personality Types summarised -the Integration role

This is Part 5 of The 7 Personality Types summarised. As explained there, this post will explain the integration role in detail. Since there’s only one integration role, I will add an extra part: a summary of typical ways primary & secondary roles influence and interact with each other.

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