“Patience is not the ability to wait, but the ability to keep a good attitude, while waiting” – Author Unknown

They define patience as the capacity to accept
The capacity to tolerate delay, problems, or suffering
Without getting annoyed or anxious.

They say that a patient person has the ability and willingness
To bear provocation, annoyance, misfortune or pain
Without complaint, loss of temper or irritation.

That patience is a virtue,
Which means, behavior that
Shows high moral standards
Napoleon Hill says “Patience, persistence and perspiration
Make an unbeatable combination for success”
While Leo Tolstoy says that
“The two most powerful warriors are patience and time”.

But can patience be actually practiced today?
With all the difficult expectations of today’s

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An assessment of my personality carried out by Dr. Carol Ritberger, an internationally acclaimed expert of behavior psychology, and which was spot on, was that I have a “red” personality. This means that I am a ‘just get it done’ kind of person; that I am self-driven, competitive, and I like to be in control; that I am action oriented, and I appreciate efficiency; and, that I typically hold stress and tension in my lower back.

You can check out your personality type by answering ten simple questions at: https://www.doctoroz.com/quiz/quiz-what-color-your-personality

But how many personality types are in existence? Psychologists have two opposing views regarding personalityThere are the personality type theorists and the personality trait theorists. According to the personality type theorists, every person worldwide has one of four different personality types, each of which is defined by its own unique characteristics. This theory is very useful to psychologists when they are determining the mental and emotional health of an individual. The two most common taxonomies are ‘the four humors’ which were credited to two of the ancient Greek philosophers, namely Hippocrates (400 BC) and Galen (140 AD), and the eight personality types outlined by Carl Jung.

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