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Discover Your Dominant Dimensions of KYKO Personality Profile

Discover Your Dominant Dimensions of KYKO Personality Profile

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Published by Bernard A.T.Tan

The Sociocentric Self People with a highly sociocentric self are relationship-oriented. They are open, friendly and sociable. They like to make new friends and are attracted to crowds like parties and social gatherings. Sociocentric people need love, care and attention. They are caring and are helpful to their relatives and friends. They are sensitive to other feelings and do not like to offend and hurt others. Being sensitive they can be very emotional when let down by their close relatives and friends. The closer the relationship, the greater the hurt they feel. Sociocentric people are romantic. They will shower their love ones with cards, flowers and gifts on special occasions. They are compassionate to others sufferings and are willing to support morally and financially to their relatives and friends who are in need of help . They expect others to give them help and support in times of difficulties. Sociocentric people have a high sense of affiliation and belongingness and work wonderfully with groups. Generally sociocentric people interdependent and are rule by their heart. Low sociocentric people are close, guarded, and prefer privacy. Being cautious and careful in the company they mix, they have a small group of friends. Low sociocentric people find difficulty in relating to others and often does not take the first move to make new friends. Low sociocentric people are quiet and aloof and would avoid noisy places.. They love privacy and are comfortable in a serene and quiet environment. Low sociocentric people prefer to work alone rather than with groups. They are independent and does not expect help and support from others in times of difficulties. Often others misunderstand them as insensitive and anti-social.

The Sociocentric Self People with a highly sociocentric self are relationship-oriented. They are open, friendly and sociable. They like to make new friends and are attracted to crowds like parties and social gatherings. Sociocentric people need love, care and attention. They are caring and are helpful to their relatives and friends. They are sensitive to other feelings and do not like to offend and hurt others. Being sensitive they can be very emotional when let down by their close relatives and friends. The closer the relationship, the greater the hurt they feel. Sociocentric people are romantic. They will shower their love ones with cards, flowers and gifts on special occasions. They are compassionate to others sufferings and are willing to support morally and financially to their relatives and friends who are in need of help . They expect others to give them help and support in times of difficulties. Sociocentric people have a high sense of affiliation and belongingness and work wonderfully with groups. Generally sociocentric people interdependent and are rule by their heart. Low sociocentric people are close, guarded, and prefer privacy. Being cautious and careful in the company they mix, they have a small group of friends. Low sociocentric people find difficulty in relating to others and often does not take the first move to make new friends. Low sociocentric people are quiet and aloof and would avoid noisy places.. They love privacy and are comfortable in a serene and quiet environment. Low sociocentric people prefer to work alone rather than with groups. They are independent and does not expect help and support from others in times of difficulties. Often others misunderstand them as insensitive and anti-social.

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Published by: Bernard A.T.Tan on Apr 03, 2012
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