Updated: Oct 4, 2022
• What do you think “patience” is?
I think patience is the ability to overcome the first emotional reaction to a situation, pay attention to the long-term perspective, and wait for the fruits of the effort.
• Do you have patience?
I think, yes, I have patience. Although, this is not always easy for me. But still, I trust intuition more than emotions, and this gives me the ability to be patient.
• Would you say you are a patient person?
I'm not sure, on the one hand, obviously, I have patience. On the other hand, I have an internal reaction that I try to overcome. I would say that I rather try to be a patient person.
• Have you ever lost your patience?
I don't think I've ever lost my patience. Although I had difficult moments in my life. But I always try to understand the situation and return to sanity, that is, to reasonable patience.
• When do you need patience the most?
I need patience the most when I interact with people of the opposite sex. Because the difference in understanding important things is huge, it takes patience to turn this difference into a bridge of cooperation.
• What do you become impatient about?
The desire to see a thing that, according to my understanding and calculation, should be in place, but it is not there at the right moment, and some more effort needs to be made - this puts me on the brink of being impatient.
• What do you do when you get impatient?
When I get impatient, I think I change the intonation of my voice, although this is not too much of a change, I hope.
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