Phlegmatic In a nutshell... Phlegmatic people are meek, submissive introverts who live to please others. Submissive. Phlegmatics do not act as if they are better than others. They are eager to please, and quick to give in to others rather than asserting their own desires as if they're the most important.
Sanguine In a nutshell... Sanguine people are boisterous, bubbly, chatty, openly emotional, social extroverts. Social. Sanguines find social interactions with faces both familiar and unfamiliar invigorating. This is how they recharge, and time alone - while sometimes desirable - can bore them quickly.
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM IV) definesparanoid, schizoid and schizotypal personality disorders as a cluster of “odd” personality disorders. All three types are characterized by unusual or eccentric behavior very similar to that of schizophrenia, but without the hallucinations or delusions found in that more severe mental disorders.