Take The Emotional Age Test And Uncover Your True Emotional Age

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Take The Emotional Age Test And Uncover Your True Emotional Age - Quiz


Have you ever wondered if your emotional reactions align with your physical age or if they echo a younger or older period in life? Step right into our Emotional Age Test and unveil the age your emotions truly mirror!
Our meticulously crafted quiz delves into the nuances of your emotional responses.

You'll traverse through a series of scenarios, weighing in on reactions, decisions, and feelings that unfold in various situations. From everyday challenges to milestone events, gauge how your emotional compass guides you.

Are you an old soul exhibiting wisdom and calm beyond your years? Or perhaps you possess the vivacious spirit Read moreof youth, reacting with raw, untamed emotions? Maybe you're right in sync with your chronological age, exuding just the right balance of maturity and zest.

Understanding your emotional age can be pivotal. It provides clarity on behavioral patterns, offering a chance to celebrate strengths and address areas of growth. It's more than just a number; it's an insight into your emotional self.

So, why wait? Dive deep into this revealing journey of introspection and emerge with newfound self-awareness. Discover, reflect, and embrace your true emotional age today!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    How often do you cry?

    • A.

      Once a day, at least

    • B.

      Around once a week 

    • C.

      Once a month

    • D.

      I can’t remember the last time I cried.

  • 2. 

    How easily are you affected by books, music, movies, and other media?

    • A.

      Very easily

    • B.

      Not easily, but I do laugh or get angry often.

    • C.

      I hardly ever cry at movies, but I don’t have a heart of stone.

    • D.

      Not easily at all

  • 3. 

    You get told off at school. What do you do?

    • A.

      Start to cry immediately

    • B.

      Argue back with the teacher

    • C.

      Accept it, but cry in the toilets later

    • D.

      You don’t really care.

  • 4. 

    You have an argument with your girlfriend/boyfriend or mate. How long do you wait until you get in touch to apologize and make up?

    • A.

      An hour or so

    • B.

      A day

    • C.

      It depends on the situation. I might wait for them to make the first move.

    • D.

      I never get in touch first, always wait for them.

  • 5. 

    How would your friends describe you?

    • A.

      Nice, loyal, and sensitive

    • B.

      Funny, trustworthy, and confident

    • C.

      Opinionated and reliable. Fun to be around!

    • D.

      I don’t know.

  • 6. 

    You aren’t getting your way with your mum and dad. What do you do?

    • A.

      Have a strop and slam your bedroom door.

    • B.

      Go and write a 40-minute argument and present it at dinner

    • C.

      Cry with frustration

    • D.

      Just forget about it

  • 7. 

    How often do you fight with your sibling? 

    • A.

      Almost every other day

    • B.

      Only sometimes

    • C.

      Very rarely

    • D.

      Never

  • 8. 

    Has anyone ever told you that you're argumentative? 

    • A.

      Yeah. Everyone says that!

    • B.

      My friends have said that a few times.

    • C.

      Not yet

    • D.

      I don't listen to what anyone says!

  • 9. 

    Have you ever been told to ‘stop being so sensitive'?

    • A.

      Yes, multiple times!

    • B.

      Sometimes

    • C.

      Not really

    • D.

      Never, cause I'm not very sensitive.

  • 10. 

    Your favorite pet dog just died. What would you do? 

    • A.

      Take a day off from school/office because I'll be so devastated.

    • B.

      Cry, cry, and cry

    • C.

      Pray for him to rest in peace.

    • D.

      I'll be upset, but I'll try to keep myself busy with my regular activities.

  • 11. 

    What best describes your reaction to a minor inconvenience?

    • A.

      Remaining calm and composed

    • B.

      Getting frustrated and dwelling on it

    • C.

      Feeling mildly annoyed but quickly moving on

    • D.

      Having an emotional outburst

  • 12. 

    How do you typically handle criticism?

    • A.

      Accept it gracefully and use it for self-improvement

    • B.

      Take it in stride, considering the validity of the feedback

    • C.

      Feel hurt and defensive

    • D.

      React emotionally, possibly with anger or sadness

  • 13. 

    When faced with a major life decision, you tend to:

    • A.

      Think rationally, considering pros and cons

    • B.

      Seek advice from trusted individuals

    • C.

      Feel overwhelmed and uncertain

    • D.

      Follow your heart without much thought

  • 14. 

    How do you react when someone disagrees with your opinion?

    • A.

      Respect their perspective and engage in a constructive discussion

    • B.

      Try to understand their viewpoint but remain firm in your stance

    • C.

      Get defensive and argue passionately

    • D.

      Take it personally and feel hurt by their disagreement

  • 15. 

    In a stressful situation, your immediate response is to:

    • A.

      Stay calm and assess the situation logically

    • B.

      Take a deep breath and try to find a solution

    • C.

      Become anxious and agitated

    • D.

      Panic or become highly emotional

Jennifer DeSetto |MSN- Mental Health |
Mental Health Expert
Jennifer is an ANCC board-certified PMHNP with a decade of experience in mental health. She excels in medication management and evidence-based practices, having worked in private practice, community mental health centers, and inpatient settings. Jennifer earned her MSN in Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing from Molloy University and holds a certification as a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Her expertise enriches our quiz review process, ensuring quizzes align with current psychiatric nursing practices and standards.
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