Your Personality Tree

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Jun 7, 1989 - Self-Help - 240 pages
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Many people are playing roles they never auditioned for, on stages they didn't design, while wearing masks they don't know how to remove. They are trying so hard to be all things to all people that they do not know who they really are. What about you?

  • Have you tried so hard to be all things to all people that you are not sure who you really are?
  • As an adult are you still struggling to become what your parents had in mind for you?
  • Do you want to understand yourself and others better?
  • Do you want to learn more about your family heritage?

What Florence Littauer has to say in Your Personality Tree offers readers the opportunity to discover their true identity through a process of discovering how family relationships and circumstances can mask their natural temperament.

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I am in a business and while I was reading the first chapter I thought to myself ... Man this would be a great book for my friend Rick, who was constantly telling me about how he wished he knew who he ... Read full review

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User Review  - moonflowerdragon - LibraryThing

In "Your personality tree" Mrs Littauer expands on the personality temperaments she described in "Personality Plus" to describe how family relationships and circumstances can influence our behaviours to mask our natural temperaments. Read full review


Part I Discover the Real You and Aim to Heal You
Part II Uncover Your Root and Protect Your Fruit
Part III Recover the Past with a Future That Will Last
Personality Profile
Personality Test Word Definitions
Personality Scoring Sheet
Personality Strengths and Weaknesses
Personality Comparison Chart and Sources

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