The Nohari Window is a challenging inversion of the Johari Window, using antonyms of the original words. By describing your failings from a fixed list of adjectives, then asking your friends and colleagues to describe you from the same list, a grid of perceived and unrecognised weaknesses can be explored.
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incompetent cowardly glum stupid simple irresponsible unhelpful unimaginative brash cruel ignorant irrational boastful imperceptive weak embarrassed vacuous unethical insensitive passive dispassionate callous inattentive unreliable cold foolish
(Hover over a word to see how many people chose it.)
55% of people think that Darkneuro is distant
incompetent (0%) intolerant (22%) inflexible (11%) timid (22%) cowardly (0%) violent (11%) aloof (11%) glum (0%) stupid (0%) simple (0%) insecure (33%) irresponsible (0%) vulgar (22%) lethargic (22%) withdrawn (22%) hostile (11%) selfish (11%) unhappy (11%) unhelpful (0%) cynical (22%) needy (11%) unimaginative (0%) inane (11%) brash (0%) cruel (0%) ignorant (0%) irrational (0%) distant (55%) childish (11%) boastful (0%) blasé (0%) imperceptive (0%) chaotic (11%) impatient (22%) weak (0%) embarrassed (0%) loud (33%) vacuous (0%) panicky (11%) unethical (0%) insensitive (0%) self-satisfied (11%) passive (0%) smug (11%) rash (11%) dispassionate (0%) overdramatic (33%) dull (11%) predictable (11%) callous (0%) inattentive (0%) unreliable (0%) cold (0%) foolish (0%) humourless (11%)
Msgoose thinks: selfish, chaotic, distant, impatient, loud.
laerm thinks: insecure, needy, childish, overdramatic, inflexible.
anonymous thinks: overdramatic, hostile, loud, lethargic, intolerant.
stanleypain thinks: panicky, withdrawn, cynical, overdramatic, distant.
Whirly thinks: self-satisfied, unhappy, timid, violent, vulgar.
spcknght thinks: timid, aloof, vulgar, distant, insecure.
Mike thinks: cynical, humourless, predictable, distant, loud.
fred thinks: insecure, inane, smug, lethargic, dull.
Glam thinks: rash, impatient, intolerant, withdrawn, distant.
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