Naturally Dreamy

A blog about my life as an INFP living with an ESFJ, INTJ, and my pup. I blog about earth-friendly living and life through my eyes – not necessarily in that order. Come put your feet up where life is Naturally Dreamy!

Abstract Words make for Abstract Questions


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!Β πŸ˜…

Anyways… That was a little slice of weirdness…


Do you like answering questions like these on personality tests or surveys?


Author: Arctic Hare!

I write Naturally Dreamy and have a lot of fun with that!

2 thoughts on “Abstract Words make for Abstract Questions

  1. Hmm, some of those questions are, well, interesting, to say the least πŸ˜‰
    Especially that “when I feel a change in emotions I com up with new ideas”. That’s just like…. yes? no? maybe? what? That is so not a yes or no question!
    But I’ve answered many of these at least thrice in typology tests…. I’ve learned to just click the first thing that comes into my brain and pray, lol. They usually don’t make any sense if you try to think about them, and I don’t know if that’s intentional or not, but… well… yeah. They’re odd sometimes….

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