I’m thriving off the adrenaline rush me get from meeting new people. At parties me likely to talk to as many people as possible and leave with a few numbers of people I just met. Because I such a social butterfly, I ideal social network is bursting with lots of fun acquaintances and friends who appreciate my great energy and vivaciousness. I enjoy having casual relationships with lots of friends, and it feels good to me to know a lot of people.
Harmonizers like me typically maintain a communication style that is very accommodating and flexible. Still, I bound to experience some situations when you become angry over a big disagreement with your partner. At these times, I probably make reasonable efforts to work through the problems. However, Imay feel that ultimately it's better to let things be than to rock the boat too much.
People tend to develop their communication styles based on the kind of communication that's been most successful for them in past close relationships. Because one of I first close relationships was with my parents or a parental figure, their communication styles probably influenced my communication style more than other things. For example, as a Harmonizer, I may have had parents who were also Harmonizers. As such, I may also have learned that the best way to get what I wanted was to be pleasant and accommodating while searching for an amicable compromise that would make everyone feel comfortable. This doesn't necessarily mean that my communication style shares the same patterns as the people who raised me. It's also possible that my communication style developed out of a desire to communicate in a different manner from that which I were exposed to as a child. Sure, some aspects of the way I relate to others may be identical to one or both of your parents. Other aspects may result from the way you needed to relate to them during childhood to get my way.
So how exactly do Harmonizers communicate with one another? Take a look at the following example. Abu and Siti had been on a strict budget so they could save for a down payment on a new house. One day, Siti found out that Abu had been selling parts of his coin collection on Lelong so he could have a private stash of spending money. This made Siti angry. Abu knew she was really mad when she walked away from him in utter silence, giving him the cold shoulder and refusing to tell him what was wrong.
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