Find out if you are irresistible! Are you attracting other people or driving them away? The answer lies in how you relate to your family and friends! That’s what this quiz from Molly Barrow, Ph.D., author of Matchlines: A Revolutionary New Way of Looking at Relationships and Making the Right Choices in Love and http://www.askdrmolly.com/
reveals. In addition, it offers tools for strengthening your relationship skills!
1. When you walk into a crowded room, you:
a. Smile broadly, imaging how funny it would be to trip and sprawl in front of everyone.
b. Check out the crowd for someone new and interesting.
c. Secretly hope some of your friends are here so you will not be alone.
2. When you wake up in the morning:
a. You sing opera, juggle plates in the air and call everyone to breakfast in a foreign accent.
b. Walk into the kitchen, nude and pour yourself a cup of coffee.
c. You brush your teeth, comb your hair and put on a pretty robe.
3. When invited to speak at your local club, you:
a. Start out with a good joke and actually tell it well.
b. Make your speech up as you go along because you can.
c. Practice your speech for days and wear your best outfit.
4. Your favorite way to exercise is:
a. Dancing wildly in your living room to disco tunes.
b. Canoeing, mountain hiking, rock climbing, snowboarding - anything outdoors.
c. Pilates and yoga, because it brings out the spiritual side of movement.
5. When you have just heard some guilty gossip about your friend, you are most likely to:
a. Tease your friend until she laughs about the gossip, too.
b. Decide to try whatever your friend is doing.
c. Stop the gossip and never repeat it to anyone.
6. Your idea of good clean fun involves:
a. Hiding behind a door with a loaded squirt gun, awaiting the next fool who enters.
b. A hot tub and your husband.
c. Helping to raise money for your charity by washing cars.
7. Your fantasy date is:
a. Amateur night at the stand up comedian club.
b. Horseback riding on the beach.
c. A picnic at the park before a ballgame.
8. You hope your children:
a. Have children who are just like them.
b. Turn out more like you.
c. Turn out more like your spouse.
9. If you were president, the first thing you would do is:
a. Change the weekend to three days instead of two.
b. Make serving in the Peace Corps mandatory for teenagers.
c. Provide all children with a good breakfast.
10. You think your man is sexy when he:
a. Makes you laugh.
b. Takes you on an adventure.
c. Just walks in the room.
11. Your favorite time in school was:
a. At your locker between classes.
b. Climbing the rope to the gym ceiling.
c. Pottery and drawing.
Mostly A’s - You are an Irresistibly FUNNY GIRL!
Your have an irresistible sense of humor and a contagious laugh, even if the jokes on you. Nothing sways you or defeats you, because you are secure and confident in most situations. You are good company for yourself, love life and never take yourself too seriously. People like to be near you because your good nature and positive attitude makes them feel good, too. That is unless you are teasing them again. Never a bystander and always entertaining, you have potential to be a performer and shine when the attention is on you. Be careful not to rely on jokes to cover up your real feelings. You can become funny and irresistible by putting yourself in your victim’s shoes and recognizing that humor taken too far becomes humiliation and shame. Tread careful to avoid hurting someone’s sensitive feelings. Learn to be more assertive and direct. Sometimes your jokes go too far and can get irritating so if someone asks you to stop teasing him or her, then stop. To help you understand other people’s feelings better, develop your spiritual side and look for a deeper meaning to your life. Do keep being happy and laughing with all your kindhearted humor.
Mostly B’s - You are an Irresistibly WILD FREE SPIRIT
Many people wish they had your courage and excitement. You enjoy life to the fullest. You are attracted to adventure and you love to push yourself to the limit. Your energy may intimidate more introverted and shy people, so you have to rein yourself in and calm down before you run over them. Your friends envy your tight muscles and youthful gait. Sometimes you even procrastinate just to make a task more challenging and often rush at the last minute. At parties, you have interesting stories to tell about your adventures around the country. The world revolves around you, everything you do is great according to you but you could be a bit self-centered. Your loved ones may need more attention from you and you could be letting them down. The bold risks you take may cause the people who love you to become clingy and afraid of losing you. You can increase your irresistibility factor by making a serious effort to give to others today and everyday, especially to your family and friends.
Mostly C’s - You have an Irresistibly BIG HEART.
You put others needs before your own. You are kind, giving and charming to be around. You are a treasured friend and loved by many. You always think before you act, you are reliable, prepared and want to make a good impression. Everyone describes you as nice. Are you playing it too safe? You try harder to please people just to be sure they need you too. You dress and act appropriately and sometimes seem boring. People do depend on you but often demand too much from you. However, you allow it. You are often the last one cleaning up or the first one to offer to drive on the field trip. Take time to be proud of yourself just the way you are because everyone has an equal right to this earth. To become more irresistible you must do some things for yourself, especially exercise and eat healthily. Stop being a slave to others and spend more time on looking and feeling hot for you and your partner.
Dr. Molly Barrow holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and is the author of the new book, “Matchlines: A Revolutionary New Way of Looking at Relationships and Making the Right Choices in Love.” She is a leading forensic expert and authority on relationship issues and a licensed mental health counselor. A member of the American Psychological Association, Dr. Molly has appeared on NBC, PBS, KTLA, GO-CODE feature film My Suicide, WGUF-FM, the documentary "Ready to Explode," and interviews for Psychology Today, Newsday, O Magazine, AIA, MSN.com, Gannett Newswire, Hitched, Bride and Groom, and The Nest. Write Dr. Molly at http://www.askdrmolly.com/