A strong person never ever gives up

A strong person is not the one who doesn’t cry. A strong person is one who is quiet and sheds tears for a moment and then picks up the sword and fights again.

The way you make a fist says a lot about your Personality

The way you make your fist has a lot to do with your personality and it depends a lot on the intent you have. So, what does it say about you? FInd out.

Clench your fist. How does it appear? Well, the way your fingers turn and your fist is formed does reveal a lot about you. What does yours say?

#1 Type A

If this is the way you hold your fist then you are a gentle person (notice how the thumb just rests beside the other four fingers). You are sensitive, compassionate and considerate.

The one thing that sets you apart is your emotional understanding. You are capable of taking into account other's emotions and act accordingly, which makes you accessible, as a person.

Internally, you are organized, strategic and towards the creative side. Tending towards introversion, you prefer a good blend of isolation and social exposure. You are slightly impatient when it comes to the things that you pursue.

The one thing, however, that you need to be careful about is people. They, not all, would try to take advantage of your fair attitude and given the kind of person you are, you may not even protest. Be you, but be careful.

#2 Type B

If this is how you hold your fist then your talent, charm, and charisma speak more about you than you ever could. You are high on the extroversion scale and ready to act at a moment's notice.

Like the thumb that stretches out to cover the other four fingers, unconsciously, you don't hold back your emotions either. Everything you are is out there and you don't hesitate in speaking as you feel.

Internally, you are driven, ambitious and a person who has a secret goal in their mind which they are in pursuit of. Your dreams are the only thing you hide from others as you really don't trust others to understand them.

You work in isolation for what you want in life and are extremely focused on your approach. The one thing that goes against you is that people tend you judge you the wrong way but the fact is that it's their problem and not yours.

#3 Type C

Holding the fist like in the figure above shows clear signs of introversion. The thumb hides behind the other fingers like your inner thoughts which you don't share with everyone. You like your own company and that of a selected few because the one thing you absolutely hate is drama.

You can't handle the phoniness of people and are attracted to those who are honest and straightforward. Internally, you wish to have only those people in your life with whom you can have a deep and meaningful conversation with.

You like spending time with people but after a certain point, you need your space. The thing that gets you riled up is when people intrude into your space without your consent and god help those who waste your time.

Honest and frank, you are careful of not hurting others and if there's one thing that brings you calm, it's the peace of your personal space, inhabited just by you. You are your own person and you were born to be that way.

11 Signs There’s A Toxic Person In Your Life

What are the signs of a toxic person? We’ve come up with 11…


Something to address, quickly: it’s normal to want to think of something to say while someone else is talking. After all, nobody likes sounding “unsure” or “dumb”.
Two things: (1) trying to think of something to say when another person is speaking is not effective (2) this is not what makes somebody a bad listener.

A lack of acknowledgement, lack of response and just plain disinterest is what makes someone a bad listener. Many times, they’ll just continue talking about themselves anyways.


To them, any adverse situation is the result of someone else’s actions. Have a break up? It’s always their evil partner. Came in late to work? Well, it’s the traffic (always (despite nobody else seeing it). Flop on the exam? Well, the questions didn’t match the study guide!

It doesn’t matter if they are at fault – they’ll never admit it. These people have usually gotten so good at making up excuses that they’re uttered semiconsciously.


Ever been somewhere and heard a toxic person make a rude comment about someone in the room that they’ve never even met? It’s weird and shocking at the same time – weird because it’s so out of nowhere and shocking because 99% of people don’t do that.

But some toxic people will say they have the magical ability to innately “feel” when something is wrong with someone else. Worse yet is when they make a crack on someone else’s physical appearance.


Then we have this group – the ones always needing attention. The easiest way to detect this is in a conversation: they’re always interrupting, dominating, and controlling.

They only time they’re happy in a conversation is when they are turning it back onto themselves. They’re also the ones who always seem to always find themselves in the middle the group picture while simultaneously being the loudest one anywhere.


It’s still shocking to people watch and witness how some folks act. People still litter, graffiti property, cut people off in traffic, don’t say “thank you” (always, always been a major pet peeve of this writer), etc. These misguided, socially wretched behaviors are very disturbing.
(Anybody else ever wonder who raised these people?)


Interrupting conversations, interrupting traffic, interrupting with their phone; these folks are constantly in “me mode” and to heck with anyone else that tries to get in their way. They’ve got better things to do than display some empathy or patience.

In seriousness, this is really annoying. It’s human nature to interject someone and apologize. It’s downright rude to be so self-centered and clueless.


Quick question: how do most people come to the conclusion that someone is exceptional (as a person or at something)? Well, we simply observe and come to the conclusion.
Michael Jordan never had to tell us he was a great basketball player. Mother Theresa never had to tell us she was a loving, kind person.

So, when we hear someone talk about how they’re great without being asked and without merit, it’s (again) weird and shocking. Most people are modest about their qualities, but toxic people are not “most people.”

This goes without saying, but physically and/or emotionally abusing another person or animal is an unconscionable and toxic act. Nothing else really needs to be said on the subject, except that if we’re being abused or know of another person or animal being abused that it should be reported to authorities immediately.


In other words, they always have to be right. No amount of evidence to the contrary can sway a toxic person’s illogical conclusion that they are right.

Some people will go to the extreme of a loud, vocal argument to “prove” they’re right. Mind you, there is nothing of substance that is being said – they’re trying to “win” the debate on noise level alone.

Bottom line: not being able to admit that they’re wrong and not being able to admit when someone is right are undesirable characteristics in a person.


A close cousin of #2 and #10, some people don’t take responsibility for anything. Unfortunately, these people can’t see that their own actions yielded an undesirable result.

As for examples, we see this when someone is arguing with an authority figure – a cop, teacher, judge, etc. – and illogically pleading a case without actually having a case. For rational folks, we simply see this as a childish attempt to deflect responsibility from where it belongs.


Ever seen the movie Clueless with Alicia Silverstone? If so, it’s quickly apparent that Cher (Silverstone’s character) and their group look down on pretty much everyone. Everyone else is dirty, badly dressed or otherwise unworthy of their recognition.

There are still people who act “as if” (get it?) it’s still high school. If someone else isn’t driving the newest car, flashing the latest threads or populating the same neighborhood, they’re simply not worth the time. Toxic people consider themselves in another class that only a few, if anyone at all, deserve admittance.