I try to set aside what I'm doing and meet the person's need.
I usually feel impatient, because they are interfering with my agenda.
If the interruption is important, I set aside what I'm doing.
As a rule, I don't lend out my clothes or my stuff.
What's mine is yours! Enjoy using it!
I let her borrow it, but I feel nervous about it. I don't want it to be ruined or lost.
AWKWARD! What is she thinking? She'll feel out of place in our group - it's not for her.
I don't mind if she sits with us, but I wouldn't go out of my way to strike up a conversation with her. I usually let my more outgoing friends do that.
I'd welcome her, help her get to know everyone, and ask her about herself to try to help her feel comfortable.
I'm not sure. Depends on what else I have to do.
I can always find time to help!
My schedule is too full.
I might see if my parents will send a check to help.
I try to figure out a way to raise money to help (go without something for a week, donate my allowance, organize a fundraising drive, etc.).
I feel sorry for them, but that's as far as it goes.
My hobby gets me recognition (I perform; I enter contests; I make things that my friends ask me for).
My hobby is mostly for my own enjoyment (I play my guitar in my room; I make my own headbands; I write in my journal)
I use my hobby to help others (I make things to give away to needy people; I perform for groups to encourage them; I use my talent to help people).
Irritation, like, "Your stupidity is not my problem. Ask someone who cares!"
I try to help if it's appropriate. I like helping people, even when they're pests.
Tolerance, like, "I'll help you this one time, but I wish you'd figure it out yourself."
I use my money for entertainment and clothes, and once in a while I give something in the church offering.
I only have enough money for my basic needs, so it all goes for that.
I regularly give a percentage of my money to church or charity, and the rest I save or spend.