Do You Know How To Avoid Being An Emotional Basket Case?

5 Questions
Green Day Quizzes & Trivia

This is for how well u handle your emotions.

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Things were bad enough in your personal life, and then they got worse when your boy/girlfriend dumped you in a very public way. What's more, he/she imediately started going out with the biggest snob in school who treats you like dirt. What do you do?
    • A. 

      Being dumped by someone you liked so much leaves you feeling worthless and full of self doubt. You're convinced no one will ever like you "that way" again.

    • B. 

      You are shell shocked by the turn of events and hide out in your bedroom, reminiscing with pictures and notes for a few weeks before finally coming out of your post-breakup fog and getting back on track.

    • C. 

      While you didn't see it coming the fact that youe ex so quickly started going out with someone else helps you relize that he's kind of a loser and losing a loser is actually a good thing!

  • 2. 
    You started out at your new school more than a year ago, but you still haven't managed to make any decent friends. You thought it would be easier to fine a place to fit in than it has been. How do you handle it?  
    • A. 

      You've given it long enough, and clearly you're just not going to ever feel at home at this new school. You decide to withdraw in your own private retreat (your bedroom) and spend anytime not at school locked away IMing your old friends.

    • B. 

      You can't help but feel like you don't fit in, but still hold hope that some where at your new school there's a friend waiting in the wings. You don't exert too much effort to find him or her, but don't close off possibility that there out there either.

    • C. 

      As hard as it is, you know that the only person who can nake thinga better for you is you. So you decide to sign up for a bunch of clubs and after-school activities and put yourself "out there". You're going to be proactive and find a place to fit in if it's the last thing you do.

  • 3. 
    Your group of friends from elementary school is still hanging out together in middle school, but you've noticed that some of them are changing. You're feeling the pressure to change right along with them, but deep inside you can't help but feel a little bit like a fake. What should you do?
    • A. 

      The thought of dumping your friends and starting over is beyond over whelming. You go along with the new directions your friends are moving in, figuring it's better to have friends than no friends at all.

    • B. 

      You don't like feeling like a fake, but you aren't sure you're ready to do anything about it. You decide to lay low and wait it out - maybe all of your friends are going through a "phase."

    • C. 

      As much as it scares you to move on and leave your friends behind, you know that doing doing what your friends are doing just feels wrong for you. Maybe it's time for them to go their way and you to go yours.

  • 4. 
    Out of no where you are having trouble dealing with your out-of control emotions. You've been feeling really down lately and instead of improving, it seems to be getting worse. How do you deal?
    • A. 

      You know you're spiraling out of control but you feel helpless to do anything about it. You sink deeper and deeper into your own little world and hope that you'll snap out of your fink soon,

    • B. 

      You aren't ready to ask for help, so instead you try to find healthy ways to release your emotions like journaling or blogging.

    • C. 

      You know deep down inside that the thoughts going through your head aren't healthy. You find someone you can trust and let them know what's going on.

  • 5. 
    Your best friend of 5 years suddenly became too cool for words and definitely too cool to hang out with you anymore. You had always pictured going through High School side by side with her, and now you're feeling a little lost. What do you do?
    • A. 

      You don't accept the changes in your friend, and try to force her to be the person she used to be, confronting her at every turn about to change in her attitude.

    • B. 

      You're bummed out and feel totally confused about what's going on. You write her a letter and explain your feelings, giving her one more chance to make things right with you.

    • C. 

      You are hurt by your friend, but you decide to just let it go and find a new best friend. clearly you misjudged your friend in the first place, so maybe she's not all that.