Discover Your Temperament and Be at Peace with Who You Are!

Do You Ever Wish Others Would Quit Acting the Way They Do and Be More Like You? When You Learn the Four Temperaments, You'll Realize Why You and Others Act the Way You Do.

Your temperament is a unique set of personality traits you were born with that describe your most natural and instinctive behavior. You were created in the image of God, and your temperament comes from the Lord. You can't change it, but with the Holy Spirit's help you can balance out your extremes in order to get along better with others. So, learn about your temperament, accept who you are, laugh about your quirks, and accept others as God made them to be. Understanding the four temperaments will...

Change How You View Yourself

You can't fully love yourself until you realize how God made you. Then, recognize your strengths and identify your weaknesses, so you can work to overcome them.

Change How You View Others, Including your Family

You can't change your spouse, child, or parent's temperament. When you recognize the personality God gave them, you can understand and accept them as they are, and perhaps, in some small way, help them become more balanced.

Help You Work Together with Other People

The different temperaments communicate in different ways. When you discern the temperament of others, you will know how better to communicate with them.

Enjoy Our Free Video Course on the Four Temperaments. Be Sure to Take the Temperament Test!

Four Temperaments Overview Have you ever wondered why you act the way you do? You respond to people and situations in your own

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Are You a Lion, Otter, Golden Retriever, or Beaver? Enjoy instant access below to our free four temperament test to discover your basic

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The Lion (Choleric, Dominant) Motto: Let’s get moving! Favorite Saying: “Let’s do it my way, now!” One Word Descriptions: Powerful. “The Doer.” Extrovert. Lion Strengths: Natural, take-charge leader. Goal-oriented,

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The Otter (Sanguine, Influencer) Motto: Life should be fun. Favorite saying, “Lighten up.” “Don’t be so serious.” Or, “Trust me. It will work

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The Golden Retriever (Phlegmatic, Steadiness) Motto: Be faithful. Favorite Saying: "Don’t get excited; it’s not that big a deal." One Word Descriptions: Peaceful. “The Watcher.”

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The Beaver (Melancholy, Conscientious) Motto: Be prepared! Favorite Saying: If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing right. One Word Descriptions: Perfect. “The Thinker.” Introvert. Beaver Strengths: Conscientious,

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Every temperament has strengths and weaknesses. Each temperament has strong points which reflect the image of God and weaknesses that reflect fallen man’s

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