| Personality Traits By Blood Type |
A Japanese Concept
Beginning in about 1930, the Japanese embraced the theory of matching personality traits with one's blood type. This phenomenon is as popular in Japan as the theory of matching horoscope with personality is in the Western countries.
Almost every Japanese are aware of their blood type. Some companies in Japan even had managed workers by blood type. Here are the general concepts of each blood type. The Rh factor has no role in the blood type/personality concept:
Type O's are sociable, and very outgoing. They are initiators, even though they do not always finish what they started. Innovative and popular, they like to be the center of spotlight and appear very self confident.
While outwardly calm, type A people have such a perfectionists that they are likely to be balls of nerves inside. Type A people are the most artistic of the blood groups. They can be shy, conscientious, trustworthy, and sensitive.
Result oriented and strong minded, type B people will start a job and continue until it is completed, and completed well. Type B people are the individualists of the blood groups and find their own way in life.
Type AB people are the split personalities of the blood groups. They can be both outgoing and shy in the same time, confident and timid. They are usually responsible, but too much responsibility will cause problem. They are trustworthy and like to help others.
Compatibility by Blood Groups:
Type A is most compatible with type A and Type AB:
Type B is most compatible with Type B and Type AB:
Type AB is most compatible with Type AB, B, A and O
Type O is most compatible with Type O, and Type AB