Examples of Female & Male WARM/ASKERs
REMEMBER, everyone is a creature of habit. The pure WARM/ASKER tends to display Hi-emotion with Lo-assertiveness.
Historic Female Example: The Internationally much-loved character Mary Poppins (played by Julie Andrews) first made her world debut in the 1964 film of the same name.
Set in Edwardian London of 1920, wealthy parents seek a nanny who can cope with their two head-strong children when all other nannies have failed.
Mary arrives on her magical umbrella to unleash her unique blend of t.l.c. to bring harmony at home, that include the misguided parents, before flying off to help another dysfunctional family.
Other Female Examples:
- The character Miss Jane Bennet in Jane Austin’s ‘Pride & Prejudice’
- Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cornwall
- The character Snow White in Walt Disney’s film of the same name
- Fiona Bruce, British journalist and TV presenter
Historic Male Examples: Born 1533, William I Prince of Orange was also known as William the Silent and was leader of the Dutch revolt against the Spanish in their War of Independence. Being declared an outlaw by the King Philip II of Spain in 1580, he was subsequently assassinated.
William is to the Dutch what George Washington is to the Americans, a hero who marshalled the people against the invader.
Other Male Examples:
- The Wizard character Neville Longbottom in the film Harry Potter
- Saint John of the New Testament
- Sir Bruce Forsyth (1928-2017), British entertainer and TV presenter
- Dwight D. Eisenhower (1890-1969),World War II Supreme Allied Commander, and 34th US President
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