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Do you have dog-like or cat-like personality?

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What's your signs?

BQ: Do you prefer cats or dogs?

I got
Dog-like personality
You are quite a bit more energetic than your cat counter part. You almost always are in motion, or at least intensly focused on something. When around other people, and in just about every situation, you are friendly to everyone, and will do just about anything or go anywhere. You're not stubborn; you tend to go with the flow, diviating only when no one else seems up to doing anything. You are pretty much always the social type, unless you are really in a down mood. Anyone who is kind to you becomes your immediate friend, and you always help your friends- your loyalty knows no bounds. A few adjectives that descibe you- Energetic, playful, outgoing, spontanious

taurus sun, aqua moon,scorpio rising, leo mars

i prefer dogs lool

I think i have anger issues.?

The goal of anger management is to reduce both your emotional feelings and the physiological arousal that anger causes. You can't get rid of, or avoid, the things or the people that enrage you, nor can you change them, but you can learn to control your reactions. If we practice the patience of voluntarily accepting suffering, we can maintain a peaceful mind even when experiencing suffering and pain. If we maintain this peaceful and positive state of mind through the force of mindfulness, unhappy minds will have no opportunity to arise. On the other hand, if we allow ourselves to dwell on unhappy thoughts there will be no way for us to prevent anger from arising.

Be Forgiving – It is not easy to forget a deed that may have caused a lot of anger inside you. If there are any wounds from an emotionally charged relationship or interaction that you are still carrying and heavily weighing you down, then why are you still carrying it?

Simple relaxation tools, such as deep breathing and relaxing imagery, can help calm down angry feelings. There are books and courses that can teach you relaxation techniques, and once you learn the techniques, you can call upon them in any situation. If you are involved in a relationship where both partners are hot-tempered, it might be a good idea for both of you to learn these techniques.

For many people anger is a disruptive force that controlling can be very difficult. It helps to know that there are a number of herbal and homeopathic ingredients which have been shown to greatly help with the control and management of anger outbursts, fits, and rage. Nux vom. is one such ingredient and it is commonly recommended to people who are prone to irritability, and anger and those with impatient tempers.

Another useful homeopathic ingredient is Chamomilla which is particularly effective when the emotional reaction seems out of proportion to the situation or event. This ingredient is wonderfully calming and can be used to soothe anger and irritability as well as any underlying anxiety. Lastly, Lycopodium can be used to address uncontrollable anger outbursts and is especially useful for those who find it difficult to express their emotions.

You may get more info here http://www.healthherbsandnutrition.com/remedies/a/anger.htm

Is there a word for this? / The opposite of realism?

The opposite of realism is usually accepted at "idealism", but it depends on the context.

Idealism: "Broadly, any theoretical or practical view emphasizing mind (soul, spirit, life) or what is characteristically of pre-eminent value or significance to it. Negatively, the alternative to Materialism. (Popular confusion arises from the fact that Idealism is related to either or both uses of the adjective "ideal," i.e., (a) pertaining to ideas, and (b) pertaining to ideals." http://www.ditext.com/runes/i.html

So "realism" has the form of journalism, where a thing is described as it appears: A tree is non-animal life, that generally grows leaves (etc). Plato was being a ridiculously realist when he said man was "an upright featherless biped." Sure he was right, but what about the fact the ardipithecus fits that description?

The "ideal" definition of man is "rational animal", meaning we have the capacity to reason (just as we have the capacity to walk upright), not that we always use reason; but that "upright" is not our "essence" while "rational" is.

SECOND: You mention "what a thing could be." If you mean what it could be "ideally" that is called Romanticism, which "is concerned—in the words of Aristotle—not with things as they are, but with things as they might be and ought to be." Ayn Rand

What Dog would be a a good compliment to a border collie mix?

She's an alpha female aggressive and very active.
She needs much more attention than we can provide, so we were thinking a companion would be good. We don't want a dog who will be bowled over by our little k-9 dynamo and most of all, the new dog would have to want to be a happy companion to this alpha female.
This girl dog even lifts her leg, to mark on trees to cover up the boy's scent.....she misses but you have to give her an A for effort