How You React To Various Parts Of Life Based On Your Personality
There’s a good chance that you’ve self-identified as a Type A or Type B personality at some point in your life. (And if you’re unsure of where you fall, you can take this simple personality test and find out). This personality theory was first developed in the 1950s by cardiologists Meyer Friedman and Ray Rosenman after they examined how certain patients might be at an increased risk of coronary heart disease based on the way they responded to stressful situations. According to Simple Psychology, individuals with type A personalities tend to be more competitive and time urgent, while those with Type B personalities are generally more relaxed, patient and easygoing. The graphic below maps out how you probably respond to various parts of life, based on your personality. Which side do you identify with most?
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