Matthews, Deary, and Whiteman (2003) define patience as the ability to exhibit perseverance or endurance, especially when under strain or in the face of long-term difficulties.
I have a great level of endurance particularly under difficult situations; I am able to persevere in the face of provocation or delay without behaving or acting on anger or annoyance in a way that is negative. I must admit that when I was young I used to portray some impatient tendencies but this has changed over the years, as I grow older.
Each of the traits tends to complement the other traits and enforce them in a way that makes me a better human being. Personality Traits and Resilience to PTSD This work critically examines the relationship between personality traits and resilience to posttraumatic stress disorder or PTSD.
I will examine literature and attempt to draw conclusions on the relationship between personality traits, personality types (particularly or especially intelligence and sensation-seeking personality) and their bearing on resilience to PTSD symptoms after exposure to ground combat or civilian-sector traumatic events).
Now I can confidently say that my character is more steadfast and I rarely demonstrate impatience and hastiness.
I cannot fail to mention optimism as one of my other personality traits.As a result, those that are extroverted and feeling are often vocal......?Personality and Professional Traits My qualities as a Medical Transcriptionist range from the strongest to the weakest in this order; social, artistic, enterprising, investigative, conventional, and realistic.Personality Reflection PSY/250 Personality Reflection In this Personality Reflection, I will define personality and define personal features of my own personality structures.Personality is what defines our characteristics as a human being.PTSD is not only rooted in personality factors and I make clear this point in the course of discussion.To avoid confusion in terminologies, this review focused on works from year 2000, the year of publication of DSM-IV-TR, the current diagnostic... Extraversion is a trait by which a person is naturally outgoing and is able to derive energy from being around people.My personality structure usually is consistent but can change in the type of environment or situation.My personal home life will differ from my professional work life.I do set my limits now that I am a parent, because I have to set boundaries for myself, as I have to think of my family priorities first.My responsibility to my family comes first in life, but I always find time for myself in between.