Your Squabbles Voice by MarijanStefanovic


									Your Squabbles Voice Historian: You can remember the exact details and who did what
and when it was done. You usually win because most people have only an average
memory. Irrational-Emotional: By threatening your adversary whether physically or
emotionally, you gain the advantage even though the way you go about it is childish,
winning is more important than the means. "My Lawyer Will Be In Touch With You":
Reflecting weakness and feeling a possible loss, overhanging your adversary with the
assistance of others is consistent with the high regard you place on trained individuals,
especially when fighting for your behalf. Passive-Aggressive; Nonverbal: Paying no heed
to that which you find nerve wracking, you believe yourself to be a calm and easygoing
personality. What you actually are doing is relating to that which you can be in command
of. Your adversary usually becomes so infuriated, he chooses the following: to remain
bickering by himself, or to knock you silly. Physical Attack: You dare not lose and
because you are impetuous, besides being a nervous wreck, you will beat anyone because
you basically accuse all others for your own misgivings. Rational-Emotive: By screaming
at each other the parties wrap up their emotions afterward. When the parties are similar
intellectually and they are capable of taking control again, an excellent chance of winning
on both sides exist. Rational-Nonemotive: You love saying to your adversary, "don't be
angry." You have a way in your squabbling to take control of the other by first calming
him, and you often end up winning because of the sheer strength of your character,
convincing your opponent through sensible sparring. Rumor Monger: By inferring things,
you threaten. Seeing that you sense a possible flaw on your side, you often talk in the
plural, such as, "we feel that you are wrong," when there may be no one else around, or
simply lie about it. In order to win you realize that the strength of a group is stronger than
the strength of an individual. Telephone Confrontation: Avoiding to see your adversary,
you can express your wrath, feeling in command by having the ability to hang up. By not
being threatened physically, you can voice your position and even heighten your decibels.
Third Party: Having a script of being hurt, a third party ensures someone fighting for you.
The empathy brought about reassures you of winning, even should you know that you are
completely in the wrong. Threat: You want to feel the adrenaline moving by threatening,
regardless of what your actual message is. You fear that what you desire you might not
attain. When your adversary stands up to your threat, your being needy of others
threatens you, usually not possessing the desire or the energy to carry out the threat.
Verbal Attack: Although the actual squabble might have started intellectually, sensing a
possible loss in the discrepancy, by verbally attacking your opponent sighting all the
flaws, you are hopeful that in your attack of him, he will succumb, because you are not
able to attack his argument. Withdrawal: Silence is golden. Your uncommunicativeness is
brought about by avoiding all types of challenges. Although you may be boiling mad
inside and have a skeptical nature, you are seen as a rather agreeable, enchanting
personality, at least on the exterior. Writing Notes And Letters: Owing to your giving
more credence to the written word rather than the spoken word, by jotting down your
thoughts, you envision having more command in the confrontation. With reading your
notes by projection, you assume your opponent will pay more heed than if you would
have spoken directly. Joel Engel is the author of "Handwriting Analysis Self-Taught"
(Penguin Books)

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