If we are in a job that is numbingly boring should we be surprised if we become angry at the slightest provocation? If, by nature, we are normally prone to 'fly off the handle' what does such a daily regime do to us?
The Galenic tradition teaches us that there are 4 main types of people: sanguine, choleric, melancholic and phlegmatic. It is easy to see that the melancholic person is someone prone to sadness and depression ... but what does this mean in daily life?
In my next post I will look at this personality and how it affects daily life.