What's Your Role In Your Family?

Every family has their own dynamics and every person within a family has a role they play. So, what is YOUR role in your family? Take this fun quiz to find out!

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When people describe you from your childhood, what do they say about you?

You made everyone laugh.
You were rebellious.
You were sensible and worked hard.
You were helpful and kind.

When life is feeling negative, you cheer yourself up by...

Contacting a friend to grumble about life.
Focusing on self-care.
Reminding yourself how lucky you are.
Organizing a fun night out with friends.

At a family gathering, you are...

The entertainment, as someone has to cheer things up.
In the corner, gossiping about the family news.
In the kitchen, helping to serve and clean up.
Trying to ensure family rivalries don't ruin the event.

What do you think is the most important thing to create a happy family?

Knowing what our roles are.
A sense of humor.
Compassion and kindness.
Supporting each other no matter what.

On a night out with friends, you're the one who...

Organizes the event.
Will lose something.
Will be hoping everyone will get on.
Will be chatting and making new friends.

When you have an argument with someone, how do you normally respond?

Try to turn it into a joke.
Forget about it and move on.
Call a friend and offload it to them.
Look at how you can compromise and resolve it.

You admire people who...

Others take notice of and respect.
Always seem organized.
Can deal with conflict.
Are happy and content with life.

How do you think people might view you?

Need to grow up.
Too uptight.
A people pleaser.
As never taking life seriously.

A friend tells you about a recent argument they had. How do you respond?

Listen and make them feel supported.
Change the conversation to something more interesting.
Try to cheer them up.
Give them some advice on how to handle the situation.

At school, you were...

Popular with the teachers.
Invited to every party.
The shoulder for people to cry on.
Always late.