My name is Grace Dee. I think that chummy, sociable, talkative, cheerful, and quiet at times describe me. Why? Read on to learn more. For starters, I’m outgoing. We all choose our friends for ourselves; however, I don’t have very stringent criteria when it comes to picking my companions.
I am not a racist in any way. She’s a great listener with an overall happy disposition who makes friends easily on social networking sites. However, because of my shyness ,I usually won’t make the initial move to get acquainted with someone else. So ‘chummy’ or ‘friendly’ still seem accurate to me.
I’m outgoing in the sense that I have no problem going to places by myself. It never bothered me to walk into a store and just browse or go watch a movie on my own. When we were on vacation in Hongkong, my family went to Disneyland while I chose to stay in the hotel and read a book because it was quite boring for me to follow them around and just look at people having fun. Sometimes, being outgoing is misconstrued as being flirty which is not always the case.
Being talkative can be both good and bad. Good in a way that you will never get bored with me because I enjoy talking (or maybe some would say chattering) about different things – from books, to tv shows, to food, to boys. But it can also be bad in the sense that I tend to talk too much and sometimes say things without thinking first. It’s a good thing that I have friends who are patient enough to listen to me and call me out when I need to shut up.
I smile a lot. Not in an insincere way, but because I’m generally a happy person. When something good happens, I can’t help but wear a huge grin on my face. And even when something bad happens, I try not to let it show. Because what’s the point of wallowing in misery, right? There’s always a silver lining to every cloud.
People say I’m funny, but I don’t see it myself. I just say things that pop into my head without thinking too much about whether it’s appropriate or not. And sometimes, my jokes are so dry that only a few people get it. But that’s okay. I’d rather be someone who makes people laugh than someone who takes themselves too seriously.
And lastly, I can be reserved at times. Around strangers, I tend to be quiet and just observe the situation before jumping in. But once I get to know the person (or if the person is really friendly), I open up quite easily.
I was taught by my mother, “Do onto others as you would want them to do to you.” I follow this principle. If you treat people with respect, they will return the favor. I am always on the lookout for signs of other people around me because paying attention and acknowledging the presence of others is necessary. Even if I’m not in a great mood, I generally have a smile on my face. You may never know how much good your kind words and gestures might have done for someone else’s day if you greet them with a smile and offer them kindness when they are having a bad day.
My personality allows me to be able to see both sides of every issue. I am very non-judgmental and try not to put my own personal beliefs on others. I think it is important that everyone is entitled to their own opinion. I also have a good sense of humor and enjoy making people laugh. I believe laughter is the best medicine.
I am an introvert by nature and tend to keep to myself most of the time, but I am also a very social person. When I am in a group setting, I listen more than I talk because I feel like it is more important to hear what others have to say instead of always talking about myself. However, if there is something I am passionate about or if someone says something I disagree with, I will speak up.
I think my personality makes me a good friend because I am always there for people when they need me and I am a good listener. I am also a loyal friend and will never betray someone’s trust. If you are looking for someone to always be by your side and have your back, then I am the friend for you.
I have a huge empathy for others. This was passed down to me via my family. I go out of my way to ensure that people are supplied with everything they require. It feels good to offer a hand when it is feasible for me to do so. Making sure not to park in a handicapped parking space is really important to me, especially since I am not very mobile. If I had to park further away as a result of my lack of attention, I could just imagine how difficult it would be for the non-mobile elderly person to get from their car. Children are wonderful creatures.
And they are all different in so many ways. From their personalities to the things that make them laugh. It is amazing to see the world through their eyes again. And I am grateful for each and every one of them. They bring happiness into my life that I never knew was possible. My family is very important to me. We are close and we support each other through everything. I would do anything for them and I know they would do the same for me. We have our disagreements from time to time but at the end of the day we are always there for each other. That is what family is for. And I would not change mine for anything in the world.”
When it comes to personality psychology, I am quite shy. I don’t like to be in the spotlight and I would much rather stay in the background. That is just my personality. I am also quite a passionate person. I can get very emotional about things that are important to me. And when I laugh, it is always from the belly. Laughter is just one of those things that is good for the soul. It is a release of all the pent up emotions and it just feels good. So if you ever need a good laugh, just come and find me. I am sure we can find something to laugh about.”