No matter what age the calendar may say you are, your emotional age might be pretty different! Do you know what your true emotional age is? Take these 10 quiz questions and find out!
START THE QUIZ!
Is it better to give or to receive?
It's better to give!
It's better to receive.
Both are pretty nice.
When you look in the mirror, you see someone who is....
In need of improvement.
Strong and capable.
Beautiful and unique.
A little flawed.
Wise and grateful.
What's the first thing you think when you see a dove?
Is it a dove or a pigeon?
It's a sign from above!
What a beautiful bird!
Peace is everywhere.
Your boss criticized you for a task you thought you did perfectly. How do you react?
There's always room for improvement!
I'd cry and shut down.
I'd quit my job.
I'd learn from my mistake and do better.
I'd spite my boss.
When you hear a baby crying, you feel...
Like I want to help.
A need to comfort.
You always worry about...
What others think.
Keeping up with others.
Not doing enough with the time I have.
When you see a cute dog on the street, you can't help but....
Run over to pet them.
Admire them from afar.
Think about my own four legged friend.
Run in the opposite direction.
Your best friend just got a promotion, meanwhile you're stuck in a dead end position. How do you feel?
I feel happy for my friend, they earned it.
I fake congratulate them but feel kind of bitter.
I resent them for getting what I wanted.
I genuinely feel great for them, my time will come!
Do you ever struggle to connect to others?
Be honest, most days you feel...
Your true emotional age is 21! Emotionally speaking, you end to feel things very deeply. Whether it’s a breakup, a criticism, or a simple slight, you often feel shook to your very core. You have a tendency to cry or lash out when feeling cornered or hurt. You don’t always know how to process what you’re feeling, which means you might rely on other vices to help you get through the hard times!
Your true emotional age is 30! Emotionally speaking, you’re quite mature and well versed in what matters. Though you still feel things very deeply and react with vulnerability, you know that most things are not the end of the world. Despite how you might react initially, you always follow up with grace and dignity.
Your true emotional age is 40! Emotionally speaking, you’re fairly steadfast and calm. You don’t jump the gun when feeling hurt or criticised, often looking for perspective on the situation at hand. You tend to approach every situation with a sense of ease, knowing that everything will work out as it should. You’re logical but compassionate. What could be better!
Your true emotional age is 50! Emotionally speaking, you’re wise beyond your years. You don’t let things bother you as you once did, knowing full well that everything is a learning experience in this life. Though you can easily become hurt when betrayed or criticized, you always use your sense of perspective and inner wisdom to look at the situation more deeply. You’ve accrued much wisdom in your years!
Your true emotional age is 60! Emotionally speaking, you’ve come to terms with what matters and what doesn’t in this life! You feel more at ease and comfortable in your skin than you ever have. You let most things roll off of your back. The things that you don’t are met with an open mind and a knowing that most negative experiences are an opportunity for growth and learning.