Everyone possesses a certain emotional radar, but what kind of emotional radar do you possess? Take these 12 questions and find out!
START THE QUIZ!
When you think of anxiety, what image comes to mind?
A stormy sea
A rainy day
A marching band
When you picture anger, what comes to mind?
The color red
A stormy sea
When you picture happiness, what comes to mind?
A sunny day
If a friend were to ask you for a large sum of money, would you oblige?
I'd consider it
If you were to go out to dinner with a friend, what would you order?
The most expensive thing on the menu
The most decadent thing on the menu
The most budget savvy thing on the menu
The tastiest thing on the menu
Do you crave positive feedback from your boss?
What is the foundation for a solid romantic relationship?
How do you handle disagreements?
I argue my point
I listen and then respond
I talk over the other person
I concede immediately
What do you believe is the greatest sin?
What's the first thing you would do if you got a flat tire?
Call a tow truck
Change the tire
Call a friend
You possess an emotional radar for anger! You can easily decipher when someone is feeling fired up and ready to tussle. The good news? You know how to handle your own anger and the anger of others with grace and poise.
Your emotional radar is happy! You can easily tell when others are happy without even talking to them first. You can sense the ease and mellow nature of others. Better yet, you're great at making others happy!
You have an emotional radar for sadness! You're able to quickly decipher when someone is feeling sad and assess their emotional needs. You know how to console a sad person and offer your compassion.
You have an emotional radar for contmentment! You have a sense for peace, contentment, and mellowness. You're great at predicing the nature of others and knowing what makes themt ick.
You have an emotional radar for anxiety! You're quickly and easily able to decipher when someone is feeling anxious or overwhelmed. Because of this, you have no problem in helping an anxious person to calm down and see the bigger picture.