Personal Narrative: My Big Five Personality Traits

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In all honesty, I personally do not think I am all that exciting. By that I mean I am not a complicated person with a long back story. I like to think I am a simple and pretty easygoing person. My mom has told me that as a child I was easy mixed with slow to warm up. Which completely makes sense because as an adult I have not changed much. As an introvert, I can be more reserved around unfamiliar people or situations. I am also quiet, but I do not let myself get pushed around. Out of the “big five” personality traits I would say I am high in agreeableness and conscientiousness. Some of my best qualities that I take pride in are being very compassionate, hardworking, studious and strong. I see myself having an androgynes personality. I am a …show more content…
Overall my middle school years were positive. When it comes to Erikson’s industry versus inferiority, I believe it was resolved positively with me because I did have a sense of competence in all aspects of my life. I formed a mastery-oriented approach during this stage of my life and it has stuck with me ever since. Among my peer groups I think I ranged between being an average and popular child. If I did have problems, it was with girls that were upset with me because their crush liked me. In the end I always managed to get over childish stuff like that with the help of my …show more content…
I was in a long-term relationship for 3 out of my 4 high school years. And I see now how that hindered most my self-exploration. Nonetheless, my identity versus role confusion in the end had a positive resolution. However, I feel now looking back I was in a state of identity diffusion. I was all over the place and I did not have my morals or goals straight. I am just glad that now I can look back and know where I was wrong and accept my mistakes because they have made me who I am

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