Are You Strong Or A Weak Person? Quiz!

 

 

With the ideal standards being set up so high all we can think about is having the perfect fairytale romance and finding the right one for us. And as the dating game has become so complex it often makes most of anxious. So before finding the right one it is essential to get rid of our anxiety and insecurities which act as an obstacle in our way to forge a great connection with someone.

Here are a few tips to keep in mind in order achieve that:

Focus outward, not inward. It is daunting to go on the first date. We are distracted by useless things and things which do not matter at all like what is going around us instead of focusing it on what our date is saying. We are so distracted by our own thoughts that we loose our focus and portray ourself as someone who isn’t interested in the date, which sends the wrong message. Hence it is necessary to be mentally present.

Be curious. Being curious about their thoughts and what they are saying often leaves a good impression. The date gets more appealing of us when we listen and respond to their stories and interests rather than sitting like a statue. It is more beneficial than promoting yourself on the date and making yourself look like a top notch narcissist.
“Macbeth: How does your patient, doctor?
William Shakespeare, Macbeth

“This feeling will pass. The fear is real but the danger is not.”
Cammie McGovern, Say What You Will

“The return of the voices would end in a migraine that made my whole body throb. I could do nothing except lie in a blacked-out room waiting for the voices to get infected by the pains in my head and clear off.
Alice Jamieson, Today I’m Alice: Nine Personalities, One Tortured Mind

“The distinction between diseases of “brain” and “mind,” between “neurological” problems and “psychological” or “psychiatric” ones, is an unfortunate cultural inheritance that permeates society and medicine. It reflects a basic ignorance of the relation between brain and mind. Diseases of the brain are seen as tragedies visited on people who cannot be blamed for their condition, while diseases of the mind, especially those that affect conduct and emotion, are seen as social inconveniences for which sufferers have much to answer. Individuals are to be blamed for their character flaws, defective emotional modulation, and so on; lack of willpower is supposed to be the primary problem.”
António R. Damásio, Descartes’ Error: Emotion, Reason and the Human Brain

“Imagine how many suicide victims would still be with us, if only the right person said the right thing at the right time.”
Wayne Gerard Trotman The Awakening

“Surely a good therapist should produce a Dorian Gray-style portrait from under the couch so the patient can see the person they really are.”
Rosamund Lupton, The Center Cannot Hold: My Journey Through Madness

“In their brief time together Slothrop forms the impression that this octopus is not in good mental health, though where’s his basis for comparing?”
Thomas Pynchon, Dept. of Speculation

“Self-esteem is not a luxury; it is a profound spiritual need.”
Nathaniel Branden Rethinking Incarceration: Advocating for Justice That Restores

“He had the feeling that there was something physically behind his eyes, blocking the light.”
Jeffrey Eugenides, Aphorisms

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    Are you open to feedback from others?

    • Always
    • Sometimes
    • Never
  • Question of

    You’ve made a mistake by losing your best friend’s favorite sweater. Do you confess and apologize?

    • Absolutely
    • No way I try to avoid the situation for as long as possible
    • I get defensive and find a way to blame her
    • Other
  • Question of

    When you go the extra mile for someone, do you expect something in return?

    • No I do it out of the kindness of my heart
    • It would be nice if they returned the favor
    • I’d appreciate something in return but I don’t expect anything in return
    • Other
  • Question of

    How aware of you of your weaknesses?

    • Very aware
    • I could use some help identifying them
    • I’m somewhat aware
  • Question of

    Do you believe that instinct is as important as logic?

    • Absolutely
    • Sometimes
    • It depends
  • Question of

    How would you react if the airline lost all of your luggage?

    • Scream/cry
    • Demand compensation
    • Make the most of it
    • Realize that it’s out of my control
  • Question of

    How do you usually behave after a breakup?

    • I refuse to leave the house and eat mountains of ice cream
    • I start drinking too much
    • I stay in bed for days
    • I seek revenge on my ex
    • It depends on the situation
    • Other
  • Question of

    How often do you find yourself truly crying?

    • Once a day
    • Once a week
    • Once a month
    • Rarely
    • Never
  • Question of

    Do you ever have difficulty controlling your anger or irritability?

    • That sounds like me
    • Rarely
    • Almost never
  • Question of

    How do you cope with stress?

    • I drink
    • I overeat
    • Talk it out with a friend
    • I don’t get stressed
    • I do yoga or meditate
  • Question of

    You are in so much pain. How do you cope with it?

    • You just deal with it until it’s over; even though it’s always hard.
    • You can deal with it, but you can’t help but continue to whimper a bit.
    • Life is always painful, I don’t care anymore.
    • You cry and cry and try to distract yourself.
  • Question of

    If someone hurt the people you love, what would you do?

    • Beat the jerk who hurt them.
    • Try to defend them; but I don’t think I’ll win.
    • Nothing. I am scared.
    • I’ll confront the one who hurt them, no one hurts the people I love!
  • Question of

    ​​​​​​​What would you do if you were going to die in one day?

    • I will be scared! Don’t talk about death!
    • I’ll do as much as possible from my list – things to do before you die.
    • I will be confused.
    • I will spend all my time left with the people I love.
  • Question of

    Which one of the following can most easily make you cry?

    • People I love. Strong or weak; I’ll always care.
    • Anyone and/or anything.
    • Nothing!
    • Things/ News about my life/career.
  • Question of

    On hearing some sad news, how do you feel?

    • Heavy hearted, but I’ll grow out of it… Someday.
    • Positive – there is always worse that could have happened but didn’t.
    • Amused – at what life brings, but eventually I’ll be fine.
    • Depressed – why did that have to happen?

How perverted are you?

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