Three types of people Essay
Three types of people
Most people have heard the saying “everyone is different.” Everyone is different, but it is also possible to classify people into three different categories: egocentric, hyperactive, and shy. Some people can be a combination of two or all three, but, for the most part, each person falls into only one category and thus can be classified.
People who are egocentric tend to be extremely self-centered. They work to get others to notice them and like them. They also hate when others do better, look better, and even feel better than they do. Usually an egocentric person thinks badly of oneself, although they get others to believe that they are the best. When speaking with one a person might feel intimidated. Some may even avoid the egocentric simply because they do not like their attitude. They seem to be inconsiderate and selfish to others. Most people would say that egocentric people are full of themselves.
Also, most of them have plenty of money and can afford things that others cannot. Their parents take care of their every need and work to please them. Some parents might even be scared of their egocentric child when their child starts demanding that they get certain things. These things are usually expensive and some parents would have a hard time saying no to a child that won’t accept a “no” for an answer.
A hyperactive person is one that cannot sit still. Most of us were like this as children, but some of us never grow out of it. These are the people who want to be doing something constantly. Many will suffer from insomnia. They are, simply stated, very active. If they are told to run a mile they will without complaining or even thinking that they don’t want to. Some will go for a run in the middle of the night just for something to do. These are the people who shake a lot. Most cannot keep their hands steady, and if they can steady their hands then some other part of their body starts to shake. Hyperactive people tend to have a lot of friends because they are fun to be with.
Sometimes they may be a bit scary, but usually they are fun-loving people. Most hyperactive people can come up with something to do when everyone is bored. When hanging out with friends and everyone gets bored hyperactive people can liven up the crowd by entertain their friends. Many popular bands have hyperactive members. Those that play drum set are generally hyperactive because it takes so much energy to play that only the hyperactive can succeed in making it sound good.
Shy people are the quietest of everyone. They usually don’t talk, even to close friends when others are around. Their opinion is very hidden, because they will never speak their mind. If a subject that a shy person feels strongly about comes up in conversation, he or she will keep his or her emotions inside. They would never jump in and tell everyone what they feel. If they were to tell someone about their feelings on the subject it would be when it is a one on one conversation with a very close friend. Usually shy people are very nice and calm, and if they do get excited or upset they either keep it in or wait until no one else is around.
Classifying people can be difficult because everyone is truly unique. When taking a second look at people as a whole it is obvious that certain people are egocentric, hyperactive, or shy. None of these categories is a bad category to be placed in. It just proves that each person is similar to another in some way but is not similar to everyone. We are all special and unique but not in all aspects of life.