A Meaning of Life Quizzes
In Line Practice
Each page of the friendship section includes practice and exercises to try that are not specifically printable. Review those exercises using the links below:
Go for a walk and think about these, ponder in the shower, journal, or use them as a way to start conversations with friends about friendship!
- What hindrances do you have around friendship? What holds you back?
- What can you do to help lower your wall of vulnerability and let people in?
- In what ways does fear hold you back? What are some ways you could take risks in regards to your relationships?
- What tends to hold you back from inviting others into your life?
- How busy are you? What can you shift in order to make friendship a higher priority?
- At what point did you realize you wanted stronger/deeper friendships?
- How do you participate in your community?
- When you need support, how would you like your friends to show up?
- What do you value most in a friendship?
Reflecting and analyzing current friendships
- How do you measure your friendships? At what point will you know you have a deep connection?
- What relationship imbalances do you find yourself in most? Why do you think that is?
- Do any of your current relationships need a boost? How could you reach out to them?
- Who in your life has potential for you to connect with on a deeper level? What are some ideas for doing this?
- Who in your life seems to be the best at meeting other people’s needs? Why?
- How do you keep in touch with long distance friends? Are your actions reciprocated?
- What do you usually do with your friends? How could you change it up?
- Pick a friend. Where do you hope your friendship with that person will be in 5 years? How can you get there?
- What social skills do you excel at?
- Have you noticed any areas of social skills that you could improve? How do you want to work on those?
- What helps you feel more confident in social situations?
- Who do you feel does a good job at helping others feel like they belong? What traits could you learn from them?
- What are some ways you can practice social skills?
- Where would you like to meet new people?
The best quiz you can take on Friendship is in our Assessment Center. Testing your Friendship factor will measure 12 subfactors, and you’ll have access to 50 other factors and hundreds of subfactors. Go check it out!
Social Capital Quiz | Greater Good
Based on a scale developed by Dmitri Williams, a professor at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, it measures the amount—and the sources—of social capital in your life, zeroing in on online vs. offline capital.
Self Tests | Psychology Today
A bank of quizzes on various subjects from Psychology Today. Are you outgoing or introverted? Do you have a high traditional IQ or emotional IQ? Do you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur? Find the answers to these questions and more with Psychology Today.
Give And Take Assessment
In relationships, are you a giver, taker, or matcher?