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Different Persons Means Different Personalities
by Cally Irvin
10/18/08
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People can only have two types of personalities in my book-Winning personalities and potential winning personalities.

People say my personality is a winning one-maybe it's my smile they like, or how I can always be there to cheer someone up. Maybe it's how easily I can adapt, how I can relate to people's problems. That's not to say I'm perfect-I just grew up with the right kind of guidelines and was born with a naturally kind heart.

I know people-a lot of people-who are disliked because of their personalities. People say that they're weird, act funny, are too flirtatious perhaps.
"Ugh, I just can't stand her! She made my boyfriend break up with me you know." That's something I hear a lot from people about one of my close friends. Maybe she did do that-I don't know. Everyone has their bad qualities.
People say she has a horrible personality. Too flirty, too talkative, too preppy. I say she has a potential winning personality. How can I tell? Because me and her have been good friends for two years now.

Being a junior high student-most people look down on my views of the world and the people in it. But I view the world as a... Mixture of things. From crimes and sins to good deeds and right choices and everything in between. When I look at a person-it's odd how I can tell their personality by just taking a single glance at their face. Maybe it's their visage, or maybe they just have an aura about them that lets me know.

When a person is upset-I can tell. When a person is a goof-I can tell. When a person is in desperate need of help-I can tell.

Maybe I can tell because of what they write.
I read a lot. Not even books really-just stories people randomly post online here and there-and I can tell when someone has faced a hardship in life. Writers write from what they know. That's my quote.
You see-I have this friend on the internet that goes by the username of Eversti. She's an amazing author. But sometimes her stories take a sharp turn downwards into what my mom calls "Disturbia" And I can tell Eversti must've had some tough times in her life. (Please pray for her!)

I can tell a person's personality in a lot of ways-but no matter what that personality is. It has the potential to be a winning one.
~iWriteStuff~

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Joanne Sher  19 Oct 2008
You have wonderful potential as a writer if you're only in junior high! This is a wonderful attitude you have, and I enjoyed this read. Much to ponder.




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