I’m getting so confused by these questions, I thought it might be worth a share.
“I seek out activities that make me happy.” – What? Who seeks out activities which make them unhappy. I mean we all do, probably, but most of the time, we are probably trying to avoid stepping on nails and falling down stairs!
“When I am in a positive mood, solving problems is easy for me.” – Yes, and also when I’m in a negative mood. Solving problems is easy for me.
“I know why my emotions change.” – I don’t like this word! Why do you have to ask so many questions about it? It’s a very weird abstract word.
“When I am in a positive mood, I am able to come up with new ideas.” – Again with the positive mood.
“When another person tells me about an important event in his or her life, I almost feel as though I have experienced this event myself.” – Wait, wha…? It goes in my memory bank, but I’m not Barney. I don’t paint myself into every story somebody tells me, but I definitely can sympathize with them.
“When I feel a change in emotions, I tend to come up with new ideas.” – What in the world????
“When I am faced with a challenge, I give up because I believe I will fail.” — Haha! Finally one I can answer. I like and accept challenges… Oh wait. What about the ones where I don’t know what to do first… Erm. Erm.
“I help other people feel better when they are down.” – No, I rather just sit there and sympathize. But there’s no way I’m telling you that!
“It is difficult for me to understand why people feel the way they do.” — This is an impossible question for me! Yes, it’s obvious what people are feeling. Yes it’s obvious why. But why they should choose to feel that way is something I don’t understand.
I’m almost 100% sure my answers weren’t accurate with how I really am, but they were pretty impossible! Like what?
And this was all for a dog-training questionnaire. The sole thing that I know that I know anything about! 😅
Anyways… That was a little slice of weirdness…
Do you like answering questions like these on personality tests or surveys?