They had an unhostile sense of humor -- preferring to joke at their own expense, or at the human condition, and never directing their humor at others. They had a quality he called acceptance of self and others , by which he meant that these people would be more likely to take you as you are than try to change you into what they thought you should be. This same acceptance applied to their attitudes towards themselves: If some quality of theirs wasn’t harmful, they let it be, even enjoying it as a personal quirk. On the other hand, they were often strongly motivated to change negative qualities in themselves that could be changed. Along with this comes spontaneity and simplicity : They preferred being themselves rather than being pretentious or artificial. In fact, for all their nonconformity, he found that they tended to be conventional on the surface, just where less self-actualizing nonconformists tend to be the most dramatic.
thanks a lot for this article. pointed me in the right direction for troubleshooting. I had a network drom my old router in the windows config. same SSID but different wpa settings. windows obviously thought it is still there somehow. maybe just because it has the same SSID,disconected my current (working) connection and tried then to connect with the wrong wpa credentials which lead to a permanent disconnect until I disabled the wifi adapter and enabled it happened without anycorrelation to the stuff I did on the laptop. so it seemed purely random until I read this. after removing this old network I didn’t experience any more disconnects. had not even to disable the service. Thanks again. Weird problem and hard to troubleshoot/track down if you don’t know about this detail