This Synesthesia Quiz Will Reveal Your Personality Type
You're always looking for your next adventure, even if it's a small one. You like having a goal, even if you don't achieve it; you prefer the process more than the finished product. You're frequently restless and don't like to dwell on things.
You're great at self-care, and knowing which situations and people to avoid to keep yourself safe and sane. But sometimes you can be a little too risk averse and miss out on opportunities because you were afraid to stick your neck out.
It's important to you that you get your alone time to really think about and process everything that's going on in your life. Without regular solitude, you feel overwhelmed and ragged. Once you recharge, you're ready to head back out into the world, but sometimes your momentum as a person means you avoid valuable social interaction in favor of remaining alone.
You truly care and worry about the people closest to, and you love to make them feel supported and valued, whether through words, actions, or gifts. But sometimes you're so focused on other people that you forget to nurture the most important person in your life: yourself.
Your brain runs a million miles a minute, constantly going over past events and conversations, analyzing them for patterns and mistakes so you can do better next time. You spend so much time analyzing that you frequently forget to relax and enjoy what's going on right now.
Home is where the heart is, and your heart is DEFINITELY in the home. It's not that you hate people - you don't mind hosting guests at your place and having a nice chat over dinner - but you just feel the most like yourself when you get to be in your own house, with your own furniture, and everything you're comfortable with. You'll make the rare venture out to a new locale, which can be fun, but you're always relieved to get back home.
You're the friend who is always organizing events, starting up the group chats and offering ideas and alternatives for what you and your pals should be doing. You know that if nobody else did it, nothing would get done - but then, you've never really given anyone else a chance to try, have you? It's a vicious cycle, and sometimes you wish someone else would take the reins.
You love listening to your friends' problems, and you have a knack for giving them objective, useful advice for how to proceed. Sometimes you overstep and offer advice to people who just want to vent, but for the most part, you're seen as a wise and helpful friend. When it comes to your OWN problems, however, that's another story...
You know plenty of people who have grand ideas and lofty goals, but rarely see them doing any concrete work to achieve them. Not you: You keep your goals responsible and realistic, and then you put in the effort and work to get things done. Your ruthless determination can come across to some as being cold and unimaginative, but you'll be the one laughing when you actually achieve your goals in the end.
You know that some of the best things weren't made by a single person, but by a cooperative group of people with a common goal. You're not afraid to ask for help, and you try your best to manage everyone's different working styles. Sometimes this comes across as being wishy-washy and too eager for approval, but when everything goes smoothly, the end result is nothing short of amazing.
You have empathy to the extreme, and nothing makes you feel worse than to see someone in pain - which is why you're so eager to offer help to anyone who needs it. People appreciate your love and aid, but sometimes you have trouble saying no, which leaves you stretched thin. You sometimes feel like you can't give your full effort to help someone because you're so busy trying to help everyone.
You don't fit in with one specific personality type; you act differently depending on who's around. In new and unfamiliar situations, you're reserved and shy, but with those you know well, you're the life of the party. You have a real knack for evaluating situations and adjusting your behavior accordingly. The jokes you tell with one friend aren't the same ones you'd share with another. It's a valuable skill, but sometimes you feel as if nobody knows the real you.