A rejection-sensitivity-based lifeform (matt1993) wrote,
A rejection-sensitivity-based lifeform

Traffic lights, signs, and jerks

No, that subject line wasn't me having road rage. I was just describing what the quiz results I'm posting today are about. :)

You Are a Red Light

You take life at a slow pace. Life is long, so what's the rush?
You are very selective. You don't make a decision until you're sure it's the right one.

You have amassed some wisdom in your life, and you put it to good use. You don't act rashly.
You are fair and impartial. People can count on you to do the right thing, even if you take some time to figure out what that is.

You Are Not a Jerk

You treat everyone as fairly as possible. You think it's important to be good to people.
You may feel like being rude at times, but you hold back. You are civilized.

While you are considerate, you don't go overboard. You only show others the same respect you'd expect.
Those who want to take advantage of you may accuse you of being a jerk, but in truth, they're the real jerks!

Imagine how different the past five or so years would've been if I'd known about this quiz back in 2011 or so...

You Are STOP

When you're confronted with a problem, you drop everything else you're doing at the time.
You need to take a moment and collect yourself before you proceed.

Once you've taken a quick break, you're ready to tackle almost anything that's come your way.
But if you're not given time to figure things out, then the likely result is chaos.

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