When I was a young girl…(Part 1)

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(Source) (I actually have brown eyes, but this is beautiful nonetheless!)

My father…took me into the city, to see a marching band… (any MCR fans out there? God, I wish they’d reunite.)

I was adorable, I have to admit. The way I snickered when I put a little prank on someone, knowing the amount of trouble I’d get into.

But then, it dawned on me. When I was mischievous and mean to others, I realized that I was the bully. I was the one causing them pain. In the long run, they would ask themselves, “what have I done to her to deserve this?”

I started analyzing people’s behaviour  (yes, I used the authentic “u” the English used. Not a pun, I swear!) at a very young age, and as I grew, I realized,

“Wow, this could become my passion. I can actually help people!”

So, how did this all begin you ask? Well, you’re going to have to stick around to find out!

I took a personality test (16 Personalities.com) and it is based on a theory that there are 16 personalities in the world. When I took it, I discovered I am an INFJ (Introverted, iNtuitive, Feeling, and Judging).

Which means, as you’ve already guessed, I’m a very sensitive individual. And not to toot my own horn, but, my personality makes up less than 1% of the entire population.

So was Prince’s. And is Oprah’s, except she may be the Extroverted version. So was Ghandi (intro) and, yes, even Jesus. (Source)

So, how was I a bully? Read the other parts of this blog to find out more!

Would you like to put your personality to the test? Here is my personal link to buddy-up with me and see how we compare intellectually, physically, and physiologically.

 

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