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    belly_ttt is offline Senior Member
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    Default Personality vs Character

    What is the differences between Personality and Character?

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    Default Re: Personality vs Character

    Personality is used to describe the nature of a person with terms like; happy, out going, friendly, reserved, quiet and etc.

    Character is used to describe the moral nature of a person with terms like; trustworthy, loyal, religious, loose etc.

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    Default Re: Personality vs Character

    And how about characteristic?

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    Default Re: Personality vs Character

    Quote Originally Posted by Hi_there_Carl View Post
    Personality is used to describe the nature of a person with terms like; happy, out going, friendly, reserved, quiet and etc.

    Character is used to describe the moral nature of a person with terms like; trustworthy, loyal, religious, loose etc.
    good explanation.

    i hope. personality changeable thing. that mean this is depend on the time(situation). character does not change whether the situation change or not change

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