Are you Hardy personality or stress-prone personality?
If you are this type, then you have a strong need for achievement, which makes you highly competitive.
You are always in a hurry and have several deadlines to meet.
These types of peoples are often overloaded with work, unhappy with their colleagues,
And friends and work best in demanding situations.
Because you are prone to angry outbursts, you are more likely to have heart-related problems.
Consider the case of Morshed, an HR Professional.
He remains stress-free, does not get worried over office pressure, plans out his day.
And does not drive his mind and body like crazy.
He likes to do his work peacefully and at the same time always manages to get all his work done on time.
He remains happy and hardly loses his temper. Is this you?
Well, then you are a different personality.
Do you have a colleague in your office who always tends to mistrust people?
He doesn’t believe you, always wants to cross-check with people, often disrupts your conversations.
And asks if you were just talking about him. Well, you are dealing with a suspicious personality.
These people generally show traits of mistrust and have difficulty in believing people.
They are cold and unemotional by nature and may even have some streaks of paranoia in them.
Such people cause great stress, as they are unable to trust others.
Volcanic personalities are highly emotional and get easily excited.
They are introverts with highly dramatic and flamboyant mannerisms and can maintain long-lasting relationships.
These people are highly dependent, constantly seeking assurance and demanding in nature.
They crave for attention and can resort to manipulation to get it.
If they feel they are being neglected, they tend to become angry and aggressive, giving way to outbursts when under stress.
They have a high need for dependence and cling to people, causing stress to themselves and those around them.
Redwan is withdrawn and shy and does not mix with others.
He has hardly any friends and no emotional ties with his family and comes across as self-absorbed, aloof and cold.
These people don’t mix easily, are generally introverted and withdrawn.
That is why they lack close interpersonal relationships.
Such people have little need for emotional bonding, thus causing stress.
And strain in their lives as well as that of others too.
May even have trouble keeping up a job, which involves interaction with other people.
Gang leaders or rebels without a cause have antisocial personalities.
They are in constant conflict with societal rules and norms and go against anything they don’t like.
These people have problems in marital relationships, occupations and unable to maintain any long-lasting relationships.
They are manipulative, aggressive, unconcerned about others and aloof.
If you are hypersensitive, you are extremely emotional and take everything to heart.
Though hypersensitive people have a great need for companionship, they need acceptance.
And can’t take even a little criticism from anybody.
They sulk and withdraw when criticized, have low self-esteem and are highly bothered about their shortcomings.
These kinds of people lack self-confidence and are unassertive.
They are unable to express their needs and wishes and always need others to take on their responsibilities.
Highly dependent and when faced with a problem, they become indecisive.
And helpless, looking for someone else who can shoulder their responsibilities.
You are a perfectionist, stubborn and pay too much attention to every little detail.
You also tend to be rigid and inflexible, have strong likes and are not open to reason.
Obsessive personalities can become too moralistic and judgmental, tending to evaluate people, keeping themselves as the standard.
Are you too Passive?
People who fall under this category are unassertive, dependent on others and always needing their approval. They are indecisive, prone to procrastination and caught between conflicting demands of passivity versus aggression. These people need others to make decisions for them and to justify their unreasonable behaviour. Passive types are normally submissive, unhappy, anxious. Unable to say no if someone makes unreasonable demands on them.