Of all the temperaments, melancholics can be the most difficult to love.
They get depressed a lot, and there will be moments when you never know what to say.
If you love this person, these will be dreaded moments.
A melancholic is sensitive, self-analytical, introspective and almost always serious.
This can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on your level of understanding.
Melancholics are never satisfied with superficial things. They are always analyzing the past and contemplating the future.
They love order, quality and quiet.
They approach relationships seriously and have long lists of things they want in their partners.
Such is the burden of a melancholic. It tests the very core of any relationship.
If you’re truly in love with this kind of person, it’s up to you to discover how his or her mind and moods work, so you can understand how to make it work.
My parents had this problem.
My dad had no real understanding of my mom’s melancholic predilections. Ultimately, it’s what ruined their marriage.
In order to understand melancholics, you need to see inside their minds. Here are 20 things you need to know before falling in love with a melancholic.