Does your spouse’s need to alphabetically organize books on the shelves puzzle you? Do your boss’s tsunami-like moods leave you exasperated? Do your child’s constant questions make you batty? If you’ve ever wanted to change your mate, your coworkers, or a family member, then “Put down your chisel,” advise David Keirsey and Marilyn Bates in this book of personality types. We are different for a reason, and that reason is probably more good than bad. Keirsey and Bates believe that not only is it impossible to truly change others (which they call embarking on a “Pygmalion project”), it’s much more important to understand and affirm differences. Sounds easier than it is, you might say. Well, this book is a guide for putting an end to the Pygmalion projects in your life and starting on the path to acceptance.