Mind Your Mannerisms Introduction to the Temperaments About This Session The session begins with a Gather activity that challenges the Core Members to look beyond labels. The Proclaim introduces the four temperaments as more than a label and a means of becoming more self-aware and growing in holiness. The Break is a personal reflection and small group discussion on growing pains and the Send is the Litany of Humility. Goal of This Night To provide an overview of the temperaments and a foundational understanding that they are not an excuse for bad behavior but an opportunity to grow in self-knowledge, humility, holiness, and happiness. Catechism # 520 # 604 # 2540 Scripture Romans 5:8 Philippians 2:5 -9 Key Concepts – The temperaments are foundational aspects of our personalities. They relate to our natural inclinations and reactions. – The choleric tends to have a quick reaction and a long-lived impression. The melancholic tends to have a slow reaction and a long-lived impression. The sanguine tends to have a quick reaction and a short-lived impression. The phlegmatic tends to have a slow reaction and a short-lived impression. – A temperament is more than a label. It not only informs us how we naturally tend to react, but also gives us insight on what we need to work on to become the best version of ourselves. End of Free Preview Thanks for reviewing this Life Night! If you would like the full verison of this resource please sign in. If you are signed in and still can't download this resource, please contact parish support in the chat below.