Sadistic Personality Type

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Contents

Aggressive

Definition:

Synonyms:

Analogous:


Character Strengths and Virtues

  1. Disposition to command, disposition to dominate, leadership, strength, powerfulness, authoritativeness, responsibleness.
  2. Orderliness, conservatism.
  3. Discipline, self-control, self-restraint, craftiness, shrewdness, benevolence, protectiveness, generosity, liberality.
  4. Purposefulness, goal-directedness, expediency, practicality, pragmatism, disposition to achieve, disposition to accomplish, productiveness.
  5. Bravery, fearlessness, fortitude, toughness.
  6. Energy, activeness, aggressiveness, adventurousness, assertiveness, confidence, competitiveness.


Traits or Behaviors

Relationships

Parenting

Good/Bad Matches

Work

Management Style

Careers

Self

Real World

Emotions

Self-Control

Likes

power, being boss, dominating others, leadership, command, control, strength, competence, responsibilities, control of groups, fighting battles, confidence, taking responsibility, authority, hierarchical structures, being in charge, discipline, rules of order, expedience, goals, accomplishing objectives, getting the job done, success, action, adventure, asserting oneself physically, competition, competitive sports, winning, conflict, knowing how to take, use, manipulate, and keep power, sex, excitement of the win to come, combat, violence, sense of purpose,

Dislikes

submissiveness, weakness, chaos, unclear lines of authority, weak leadership, uncertain responsibilities, undisciplined people, people who do not follow orders and rules, concern for the interests and feelings of others, failure, disobedience of others, compromising, sensitivity, emotions in others, disloyalty, boredom, losing, peace, lack of power, serious competitive threats, defeat, not being in control, submitting to a greater power, relaxing

Noteworthy Examples

Bella Abzug, Alexander the Great, Bruno Bettelheim, Al Capone, Fidel Castro, Jeffrey Dahmer, Bette Davis, Hans Eysenck, Betty Friedan, Indira Gandhi, G.I. Gurdjieff, Saddam Hussein, Lyndon B. Johnson, Jim Jones, Martin Luther King Jr, Norman Mailer, Mao Zedong, Golda Meir, Napoléon Bonaparte, Pablo Picasso, Mario Puzo, Frank Sinatra, Mickey Spillane, Joseph Stalin, Michael H. Stone.

References

John M. Oldham and Lois B. Morris (1995). The New Personality Self-Portrait: Why You Think, Work, Love and Act the Way You Do. New York: Bantam.







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