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Sanguine

Sanguine

Strengths of a Sanguine
When Operating in LOVE

Weaknesses of a Sanguine
When Operating in FEAR

The Extrovert | The Talker | The Optimist

The Show off | Interrupts | Scatter-brained

The Sanguine's Emotions

The Sanguine As a Friend

The Sanguine's Emotions

The Sanguine As a Friend

Appealing personality
Talkative, Storyteller
Life of the Party
Good sense of humor
Memory for color
Physically holds on to listener
Emotional and demonstrative
Enthusiastic and expressive
Cheerful and bubbling over
Curious
Good on stage
Wide-eyed and innocent
Lives in the present
Changeable disposition
Sincere at heart
Always a child

Makes friends easily
Loves People
Thrives on compliments
Seems exciting
Envied by others
Doesn't hold grudges
Apologizes quickly
Prevents dull moments
Likes spontaneous activities

Compulsive talker
Exaggerates and elaborates
Dwells on trivia
Can't remember names
Scares others off
Too happy for some
Has restless energy
Egotistical
Blusters and complains
Naive, gets taken in
Has loud voice and laugh
Controlled by circumstances
Gets angry easily
Seems phony to some
Never Grows Up

Hates to be alone
Needs to be center stage
Wants to be popular
Looks for credit
Dominates conversations
Interrupts and doesn't listen
Answers for others
Fickle and forgetful
Makes excuses

The Sanguine As A Parent

The Sanguine At Work

The Sanguine As A Parent

The Sanguine At Work

Makes Home Fun
Is liked by children's friends
Turns disaster into humor
Is the circus master

Volunteers for Jobs
Thinks up new activities
Looks great on the Surface
Creative and colorful
Has energy and enthusiasm
Starts in a flashy way
Inspires others to join
Charms others to work

Keeps home in a frenzy
Forgets children's appointments
Disorganized
Doesn't listen to the whole           story  

Would rather talk
Forgets obligations
Doesn't follow through
Confidence fades fast
Undisciplined
Priorities out of order
Decides by feelings
Easily distracted
Wastes time talking

The Sanguine is considered a sensitive personality type but this is a situational sensitivity. This personality is easily moved to tears but this is not generally an intense or very deep cry. A Sanguine might easily cry if they see an animal hurt but just as quickly forget the incident only moments later. It is helpful to think of the sanguine emotions as somewhat childlike. Just as most children respond out of extremes, so do the Sanguine.

“The apostle Peter is a good example of a Spirit-filled sanguine. After the day of Pentecost, Peter used his lips to preach Jesus Christ in power. There was an apparent consistency and control in Peter’s life from that point on, and absolutely no self-seeking tendencies. He was still a leader, but his conduct in Acts 4 shows a Spirit-dominated restraint foreign to his nature. His life was used greatly to glorify Christ because he was spirit-filled.” "Spirit-Controlled Temperament" by Tim LaHaye