I always try to accept people for who they are and keep an open mind.
People around me appreciate my listening ear when they need someone to talk to.
People tell me I am compassionate and not afraid of showing my feelings.
My friends say I make selfless decisions. I like to make everyone feel valued and included.
My family say I am full of life and will have a go at most things, except riding a bike or kneeling!
I am very proud to do the job I do because I help make a difference to the people’s lives.
My family are important to me. It is important I see or speak to them on a regular basis. It is also important to me that they visit because they want to and not because they feel they have to.
My friends and colleagues are important to me. I enjoy their company and the times we are all together.
It is important to me that my family feel loved and know I will help and be there for them in good and troubled times.
Good manners, politeness and patience are important to me, especially when driving, as I am not good at this.
Please understand that I can be an emotional person, if you cry there is an 80% chance I will cry too. I do gain strength from this emotion and will usually be able to deal with the problem quite pragmatically.
I often feel that I should know the answers to all the questions, please bear with me if I cannot give you an answer, perhaps together we could solve the problem, if not, one of us may know someone who can!
I am very inquisitive, maybe nosey! I do enjoy speaking to people and therefore please do not feel interrogated if I ask questions, I would not be offended if you do not wish to continue the conversation.
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