The Engaged Idealist
is an extroverted, helpful personality. Others find him to be very congenial and inspiring - especially as he is always willing to see the best in the other person. His humour, his energy and his optimism attract other people. The engaged idealist is very good at communicating and is good at convincing and firing on others. That is why it is a matter of course that he often takes over the leading role in groups. This personality type often produces very charismatic persons.
The engaged idealist has an unusually strong ability to empathise. He is tolerant and generous towards others; he sometimes tends to idealise his friends. He always tries to suit everybody and wants his relationships to be harmonious and satisfactory. To achieve this, he is prepared to invest a great deal and to put his requirements last. As the engaged idealist is very considerate, there is the danger of him sacrificing and overexerting himself for others. In his job, he therefore has to be very careful not to develop a burnout syndrome.
The engaged idealist is reliable, well organised and loves structuring complicated situations. He has difficulty accepting criticism; he quickly feels hurt and misunderstood. His perfectionism also influences his love life - he looks for the perfect relationship for life. Once he has made his decision, he is a faithful, well-balanced and loving partner. However, should he get involved with the wrong person, it can happen that he allows himself to be exploited for a long time before he ends the relationship.Adjectives which describe your type:
extroverted, theoretical, emotional, planning, idealistic, committed, likable, enthusiastic, responsible, helpful, loyal, diplomatic, friendly, inspiring, caring, solicitous, optimistic, effusive, adaptable, communicative, articulate, convincing, energetic, optimistic, open, vulnerableThese subjects could interest you:
art, psychology, politics, honorary work, environmental protection, nature, travel