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Knocking can also sharpen character

Knocking can also sharpen character

To truly understand a person, you can feel the part under the iceberg from his laughter, crying, talking, etc., or knock at the door.

  Psychologists like to use the “iceberg” to describe people’s psychology: the external behavior of people is like the water part of the iceberg, which only accounts for 10%; the invisible underwater part contains deep levels of human emotions, thoughts, personalities, and expectations.thing.

To truly understand a person, you can feel the part under the iceberg from his laughter, crying, talking, etc., or knock at the door.

  From a rhythm perspective, people who knock two or three times evenly are generally rational, stable, have good cultivation and habits, and understand self-discipline and self-control. Sensitive people knock freely and naughtily.

There is another kind of people who can knock out the “drums” with “flowers” and cheerful tones, which basically belong to the optimist style, and knocking on the door alone can bring happiness to those who are visited.

  In terms of intensity, knocks are clear, loud people are generally confident, and their hearts are strong; if knockers are relatively unconfident, they may be cautious, and they are more passive and passive in their interactions.

If you knock very loudly, and you don’t want to ask, “Anyone”, often reckless and introverted.

  From the perspective of knocking on the door, people who persist in knocking for a long time are generally strong-willed, unyielding in doing things, and may be stubborn and unreliable.

Knocking for a while and stopping for a while, sporadic knockers are generally thoughtful, and may also be difficult to decide because of too much thought.

People who leave without knocking twice often are easily intimidated by difficulties or afraid of being rejected.