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The Clusters There are five categories which are Extraversion, Neuroticism, Open to experience, Agreeableness, and Conscientious. There is several personality traits listed under each one of these. Under Extraversion I fall into the personality traits of sociable, fun loving, friendly and talkative. When I am out it is easy for me to meet new people, I love to talk and spark up a conversation. I am always friendly to people even if I do not care for them very much I and still friendly. I consider myself fun loving because I enjoy life and embrace it. Under the Neuroticism I fall into the calm and insecure traits. I am also pretty calm; I have very few moments when I get upset and loud. I am also insecure, I try very hard to keep a positive outlook on thing but find myself feeling not good enough for people that I am too good for.
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Unformatted text preview: What I mean is I allow guys to treat me badly and then I feel like I am not good enough for them, my friends disagree with me and say I am too good for the guy. Under the Open to experience I fall into down to earth a creative. I feel I am down to earth and do not feel like I am better than anyone else, no problem doing jobs that are considered less for me, like pitching in a hand at manual labor from time to time at my job. Under the agreeableness I fall into good natured and sympathetic because I feel for others even I do not know them and I always mean to do well for others. Under the conscientious I fall into reliable and weak willed. I am always on time for things and am there for friends, but fall into the same routines over and over....
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