Glenn Campbell's tweet archive, searching for "personality"

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1: 2017-03-22: Facial hair, tattoos, fashion, fragrance or jewelry are not a substitute for personality.
2: 2017-03-21: Personality is a story of investment. The more you invest in something, the more you believe in it, regardless of whether it's good for you.
3: 2017-03-18: Proposed personality metric: "integrative complexity" — How deeply has a person thought things through?
4: 2016-10-28: Words are weak weapons for addressing someone's personality flaws. Only hard experience has a chance of changing them.
5: 2016-05-18: RT @PsychologyTip: How To Spot The 3 Types Of Personality Disorder
6: 2015-07-26: To see Borderline Personality Disorder in action, watch this 3-minute video:
7: 2015-05-14: May is Borderline Personality Disorder Awareness Month. We need to raise awareness that the rest of us should stay away from these people.
8: 2015-05-09: What you see of someone else's personality is determined by your own.
9: 2015-05-07: You, personally, cannot to change another adult's personality, but you may come to see a different side of it.
10: 2014-10-26: The most valuable personality trait: conscientiousness — being "efficient, organized, neat, and systematic" @TIME
11: 2014-07-30: Personality defined by behavior is more powerful than anything etched on the skin or declared by a uniform.
12: 2014-05-01: Personality is an individual's habitual style of information processing, exhibited across a wide variety of circumstances.
13: 2014-01-12: Novel idea: Unusual detective with amusing personality quirks investigating a murder among a cast of colorful characters.
14: 2013-11-16: People are enslaved less by outside oppressors than by their own personality.
15: 2013-11-16: Personality is a pattern of behavior and style of thinking repeated consistently in a variety of circumstances.
16: 2013-07-27: RT @Telegraph: Beware 'night owls': Study finds people who stay up late tend to have more evil personality traits
17: 2013-06-28: Campbell's Personality Classification System, circa 1995
18: 2013-01-30: Every movie character needs a personality disorder—some dysfunctional mode of behavior that seems rational to them but looks loony to us.
19: 2013-01-09: When we fall in love we usually fall also into the futile exercise of trying to change our partner's personality.
20: 2012-12-11: Suicide is not caused by misfortune but by an inflexible personality. If one misfortune doesn't trigger an attempt, another one will.
21: 2012-12-11: Psychiatric truth no one wants to admit: Personality disorders are not treatable.
22: 2012-12-11: External treatment cannot change an internal personality trait.
23: 2012-11-21: Little incremental changes in your personality add up over the years until you find you're a completely different person.
24: 2012-11-11: The only thing that has a chance of changing personality is swift and painful consequences. Words are not enough.
25: 2012-11-11: Words are weak weapons in changing personality. Anything you say will be twisted around to suit the delusions of the person receiving them.
26: 2012-11-05: Every great story—fiction or nonfiction—is about personality change.
27: 2012-11-05: The most valuable personality trait is actively seeking out and assimilating views that conflict with your own.
28: 2012-11-05: Mistakes can be corrected, but personality traits are deeply held and are rarely changed from the outside.
29: 2012-11-05: Knowing someone's personality flaw that is sabotaging their goals doesn't mean you can tell them about it. They'll only get defensive.
30: 2012-07-02: Sexual fantasies are usually shattered as soon as the object of your desire speaks freely and reveals their true personality.
31: 2012-06-27: RT @KilroyCafe: Personality is not open to reason, negotiation or gentle persuasion. Only extended pain has a chance of changing it.
32: 2012-06-05: You can't explain someone's personality flaws to them. Their defenses will intercept the message and neutralize it before it gets through.
33: 2012-05-29: Delusions of Youth #5a: Love can heal any addiction or personality problem and can overcome any structural defect in a relationship.
34: 2012-05-24: Every workplace favors certain personality traits. If people weren't like that, they wouldn't be working there.
35: 2012-05-17: Only parents have a modest chance of changing someone's personality. The rest of us can only enforce boundaries.
36: 2012-05-15: The only legitimate grounds for judging someone is their personality—their persistent attitudes and patterns of behavior.
37: 2012-05-06: The paradox of personality: People can change, but you can't change them.
38: 2012-04-12: You cannot argue with someone's personality. It is entrenched and impervious to external logic.
39: 2012-04-04: How a person speaks tells you more about their personality than what they say about themselves.
40: 2012-03-08: "High maintenance" is a sort of vampire personality who will suck all life from you if you give them the chance.
41: 2012-03-08: Guilt is yours to bear. Self-inflicted pain won't change it. You can only incorporate it into your personality and future behavior.
42: 2012-01-27: A car can reveal the personality and value system of its owner. Sometimes, it tells you if they're an asshole.
43: 2012-01-14: There is rarely any effective treatment for personality disorders, except when you detect them in yourself and decide to change on your own.
44: 2012-01-14: To understand human behavior—and your own—you have to understand the Personality Disorders. They are a part of each of us.
45: 2011-12-14: For learning about addiction, mental illness, personality and human delusional systems there is no finer laboratory than a failed romance.
46: 2011-12-13: Upbringing certainly has something to do with dog personality, but some dogs are smart and well-behaved in spite of their no-good owners.
47: 2011-12-13: Every dog has his unique personality, his own operating style, just like people. You can't assume anything until you test him.
48: 2011-12-09: The Personality Paradox: (A) Yes, people can change, but (B) No, you can't change them.
49: 2011-12-07: RT @MinnieGupta I once told a man he had Narcissistic Personality Disorder. He didn't know what it was, but he was flattered.
50: 2011-12-05: You can't change someone's personality. You can only decide whether and how to interact with them.
51: 2011-10-25: As a field guide to the humans, pick up the DSM. Understand the personality disorders and you'll know a lot about how people work.
52: 2011-10-14: It is not your place to help another adult out of addiction or try to change their personality. You can only defend your own rights.
53: 2011-09-07: While there is plenty of evil and injustice in the world, you choose your own enemies. They reflect your personality and priorities.
54: 2011-09-05: #### End of live-tweeted essay: "Personality"
55: 2011-09-05: People can hide their personality and true intentions only in carefully controlled circumstances where they know the questions beforehand.
56: 2011-09-05: People can lie, act and project a false public image, but in the long run they can't hide their real personality.
57: 2011-09-05: The best test of someone's personality is how they respond to stress.
58: 2011-09-05: When we fall in love, we usually fall into the game of trying to change to our partner's personality, which doesn't work.
59: 2011-09-05: Addiction is a personality disorder, and personality is an addiction disorder.
60: 2011-09-05: Personality cannot be changed from without, only from within.
61: 2011-09-05: The best strategy for dealing with another person is to assume that their personality, as presented in the past, will not change.
62: 2011-09-05: The primary axis of personality is degree of fatalism—a person's evaluation of their own ability or inability to change.
63: 2011-09-05: It is usually true that the older a person gets the more entrenched their personality, but acceptance of this is a personality trait itself.
64: 2011-09-05: Personality is a natural form of addiction.
65: 2011-09-05: Personality is what remains when you completely change a person's environment and see how they behave.
66: 2011-09-05: Personality is the sum of ones investments.
67: 2011-08-06: Rare are the people who aren't working against themselves, who are who they claim to be and who exhibit only one personality, not multiple.
68: 2011-07-24: Personality disorders cannot be treated. (At least YOU cannot treat them.) All you can do is quietly move these people out of your life.
69: 2011-07-24: Histrionic personality disorder defined. Yup, know her well! Everything is a crisis. Definitely high maintenance.
70: 2011-07-08: Autism and Borderline Disorder are the two main axes of human personality. One is logic without emotion, the other emotion without logic.
71: 2011-07-02: Paranoia can rise and fall but is chiefly a function of personality. It is a factor we must evaluate in everyone we deal with.
72: 2011-06-22: Histrionic Personality Disorder—aka "a drama queen". DSM: Treatable? Not if you're in love with one! Just get away fast!
73: 2011-05-05: "There are aspects of personality that others know about us that we don't know ourselves." Science Daily
74: 2011-03-09: Even in 140 characters it's quite possible to gauge someone's personality, especially if you can test and interact with them.
75: 2011-03-07: .@nihiofkdi "Narcissism is sexual obsession with the self." <== Not true, at least in psychiatry. See Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
76: 2011-03-07: Narcissism is an axis of personality. This is the (inverse) ability to appreciate the viewpoint and needs of others.
77: 2011-03-07: One axis of personality is paranoia: some more than others. But that doesn't explain their world view or where their paranoia comes from.
78: 2011-03-07: A personality is self-reinforcing. Your emotional style affects your perception, so you see only things that support your assumptions.
79: 2011-03-07: Personality has so many dimensions that it is often best conveyed by example rather than category. (e.g. He's a real @CharlieSheen.)
80: 2011-03-07: INFJ, ENFP, INTP, ESFJ... What's the personality type for "Doesn't have much faith in personality tests"?
81: 2011-03-02: "Multiple personality" is the norm for most people. What they do contradicts what they did or said ten minutes ago.
82: 2011-02-25: You can't change the world merely by willing it, but you can change your own habits and personality that way.
83: 2011-02-25: RT @dope_friend: Be exactly who you want to be. Your personality can be altered and shaped by your conscious decision to do so.
84: 2011-02-13: Our personality is the habits and beliefs we have already committed to. It is the foundation we build upon and the chains holding us down.
85: 2011-02-02: Conundrums and inconsistencies in your own personality do more to hold you down than any outside force.
86: 2011-02-02: A person isn't driven to suicide by their problems but by their own personality. Others with the same problems don't take that route.
87: 2011-01-26: No argument can change someone's personality. Only they can change themselves, or catastrophe can force change upon them.
88: 2011-01-25: You can lie in a tweet—It's easy enough.—but you can't fake your personality over time. The real person will show through!
89: 2011-01-25: Every tweet has its personality, reflecting the personality of its author. It is a Rorschach of how that person operates.
90: 2011-01-23: Happiness, in the long term, is a personality trait you either have or you don't. Circumstances are largely irrelevant.
91: 2011-01-13: Even when they look the same, every cat or dog is different, responding to the world in different ways. That's personality!
92: 2011-01-07: RT @SocialPsych: ESP Study Published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
93: 2011-01-03: You don't understand people until you understand Borderline Personality Disorder. In a way, it afflicts us all, just some more extremely.
94: 2010-12-13: For learning about philosophy, personality, mental illness and human delusional systems there is no finer laboratory than a failed romance.
95: 2010-12-08: The Personality Paradox: (A) Yes, people can change, but (B) No, you can't change them.
96: 2010-12-04: You can't change someone's personality. You can only decide how and whether to interact with them and how much of yourself to expose.
97: 2010-11-27: Who is the best romantic partner? Sadly, it is someone just like you in personality. Only a clone can really know you.
98: 2010-11-13: The human body is only the physical avatar of ones virtual personality.
99: 2010-11-09: Video philosophy essay: "You Can't Change Personality" - Our 2nd video from Miami Beach.
100: 2010-10-06: The habits of personality cannot be changed by words or education, only by enforcement.
101: 2010-10-02: Adult personality cannot be changed from the outside, especially within the scope of romance. Change may happen, but only after you're gone.
102: 2010-09-27: The ugly side of romance is co-dependence, where you enable each others' addictions and personality flaws.
103: KilroyCafe: 2010-08-25: You can't tell people their own personality flaws. They'll either become defensive and angry or claim they're too old or weak to change.
104: KilroyCafe: 2010-06-26: Personality is not open to reason, negotiation or gentle persuasion. Only extended pain has a chance of changing it.
105: KilroyCafe: 2010-06-26: Drug abuse is a personality disorder. It is an expression of not just a chemical addiction but a certain philosophy of life.
106: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-16: Personality, like addiction, is impervious to reason. It construes the world in such a way that no other personality is possible.
107: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-14: Each individual mammal has his own unique personality. Every dog is different: shy, bold, playful, defensive. Each cow has her psychology.
108: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-14: Personality may help you explain other people's behavior. It is not, however, an excuse for your own.
109: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-03: Adult personality cannot be changed from the outside, especially within the scope of romance. Change may happen, but only after you're gone.
110: KilroyCafe: 2009-12-12: The habits of personality cannot be changed by words or education, only by enforcement.
111: KilroyCafe: 2009-12-09: To have influence over someone's personality, you have to retain negotiating power -- that is, the ability and willingness to say "no".
112: KilroyCafe: 2009-09-08: LA Times: "Borderline personality disorder grows as healthcare concern" - Almost 6% of the US population!
113: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-29: Let's get our priorities straight: The human body is only the physical avatar of ones online personality.
114: KilroyCafe: 2009-04-29: Katy Perry's "Hot n Cold" song isn't talking about Bipolar Disorder. Instead she's describing Borderline Personality Disorder.
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