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Is improving your personality a moral duty or a category confusion? | Psyche Ideas

Is improving your personality a moral duty or a category confusion? | Psyche Ideas

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Your Personality Is Biased

We think we should be improving certain parts of our personality, while certain character traits are to be left intact. This division of personality traits creates confusion and subconscious bias.

  • Psychologists believe that conscientiousness, openness, agreea...

Character traits are thought to be flexible through effort, and the personality is traditionally regarded as inherited or rigid. However, it is wrongly assumed that character change is feasible and personality is fixed.

New research reveals that whether a person’s personali...

An extensive 2021 study suggests that both personality and character can be changed with(substantial) effort. That brings the question of whether we would want to change our core self or not.

  • Character traits reveal our motives and values, telling a lot about who we re...

Our inability to change might just be mental inertia and auto-suggestion, as it is seen in various studies that both character and personality can be changed rapidly and intentionally, something thought of as improbable before.

The big five personality traits: Conscientiousness, ope...

Various studies on the correlation of goals and one’s personality conclude that they are working in tandem, greatly affecting one another.

This makes it possible to change our goals(or adopt specific goals) in order to alter our personality.

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