Brian is right about me; I becoming more and more hippie all the time.
Super Nutty, Ultra-Crunchy, Granola Earth Mama! was my score (145) on the How Crunchy Are You? test. I figured I’d score fairly well since I’ve been cloth diapering and tandem nursing, but we are changing more of our crispy ways all the time. How do you score?
Just so you know, that test is really about how you answer the questions more than how you draw. The questions are not really very good either. There are 3 choices for about 5 questions about your picture. So, that only really gives a few variations. You know a test is wrong or at least poor, when a husband and wife score nearly the same. Brian and I are almost complete opposites and yet got very similar descriptions based on our pictures, which I’m not sure, but I’d assume looked very different (he is a computer-geek/artist, so I’d hope his would look a little better than mine!)
The results of your analysis say:
You tend to pursue many different activities simultaneously. When misfortune does happen, it doesn’t actually dishearten you all that much. You have a peaceful mind, viewing the world with calm and serenity. To you, life is not about struggle and strife but about existence and co-existence. You like following the rules and being objective. You are precise and meticulous, and like to evaluate decisions before making them. You have a sunny, cheerful disposition.What does your drawing say about YOU?
The Five Love Languages
Quality Time: 10
Acts of Service: 8
Words of Affirmation: 6
Physical Touch: 3
Receiving Gifts: 3
Unhappiness in relationships, according to Dr. Gary Chapman, is often due to the fact that we speak different love languages. Sometimes we don’t understand our partner’s requirements, or even our own. We all have a “love tank” that needs to be filled in order for us to express love to others, but there are different means by which our tank can be filled, and there are different ways that we can express love to others.
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