May 3, 2019

2 Timothy 3:16-17 says that all scripture is inspired by God and is useful to teach us what is true and to make us realize what is wrong in our lives. It corrects us when we are wrong and teaches us to do what is right. God uses it to prepare and equip his people to do...

In this blog, we will continue to present temperaments in each area of behavior and needs. This month we will lay out the choleric. We will cover the choleric in inclusion, control, and affection, and look at their strengths and weaknesses. 

Choleric in the area of incl...

December 13, 2018

No more "Self Love."

While scrolling Pinterest, I stumbled upon these quotes:

"You have to love yourself because no amount of love from others is sufficient to fill the yearning that your soul requires from you." -Dodinsky

"Our first and last love is self-love." - Christi...

This temperament's driving force is "Peace at all cost" and "preserve energy." Most characteristics of the Phlegmatic come from these two things. As we continue introducing you to temperaments, you'll see that the phlegmatic is an even-keel.

Phlegmatic in the area of in...

In our last blog entry, we started to delve into the temperaments. We started to discuss the melancholy and the task oriented-ness of it. Let us, now, go further into the temperaments and introduce the supine.

The supine temperament was added by Dr. Arno in the late 1...

We have arrived to the point of introducing individual temperaments. We've taken you, our readers, through a summary of Temperament Theory. Moving forward, it is our mission to give you a better understanding of each temperament.

As we do, it is important to remind yo...

As previously discussed — in our series explaining temperaments, our needs, and the vast information they provide in understanding ourselves — we began introducing the fact that they can be measured mathematically. We’ll continue to explain the Arno Profiling System (A...

In our attempts to walk you through temperament theory, we are wanting to show that we have strengths and weaknesses in our temperament.

Temperament strength is the area in which we function at a higher level in life. There are temperaments that can take charge and take...

May 7, 2018

Psychiatric labels are descriptions of symptoms, but they do not provide any explanations or solutions that work to change any of those behaviors. Biblical counseling, however, provides that hope of change!

All of the common labels put on people - paranoid, schizoid, na...

We all have needs that range in degree. One person may have a physical need to eat more often, while another may need to eat less. You’ll also find that some people enjoy hugs, whereas others don’t have a need to hug. Equally, we have temperament needs that also vary.

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