Simply put, agreeable people genuinely like others. They are warm, friendly, and trusting. They have the capacity for great kindness and empathy, tending to the needs of others and finding pleasure in cooperative activities.
They can readily sense and anticipate what others are feeling and care more than most about making sure they feel good. They trust easily and give others the benefit of the doubt. They are often well liked in their circles and can be a source of great support and fun for those around them.
They tend to see people in a positive light and are therefore more likely to forgive or avoid unnecessary conflict when challenges arise.
In love you likely flourish as a parent and partner as you care deeply about the happiness of those around you. With little emphasis on things like being right or winning, you are less prone to argue, and more likely to approach those you love with gestures of kindness and real attempts at making their lives better.
Think twice before entering into a relationship with those who score low on agreeableness. You will make many sacrifices and let things go to avoid conflict, and your sacrifices will not likely be appreciated or reciprocated.
A team player, you are generally able to hold the needs and interests of the whole above your own and therefore can make yourself a valuable asset. You don’t need to shine and are happiest when those around you are in their zone and are happy.
There may be a matriarchal element to your presence in a work environment, not necessarily self-sacrifice, but likely of providing, cooperating, and nurturing.