Answer These Meaningful Questions and We'll Guess How Datable You Are

By: Jennifer Post

Answer These Meaningful Questions and We'll Guess How Datable You Are
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About This Quiz

Let's play the dating game! Just kidding. The game you'll be playing is one that requires a little deep thought, but still a lot of fun. Dating should be fun. It should make you happy and fill you with those little butterflies in your stomach. But dating can also be honestly nerve-racking. Maybe the next person you go on a date with will be the one. Perhaps they'll be in your life long enough to teach you some good lessons. But what if you don't even know if you're worth dating? Don't be silly. There is someone out there for everyone; you just have to find the person you click with.

When life presents you with situations that you need to make a decision about, it's how you make those decisions and react to meaningful questions that will tell you how ready you are to date and how datable you are. It sounds crazy, but it's true! But really think about it. You're as datable as you want to be. You can shape the answers to these questions any way you want, but you have to believe them. You have to believe you're worth it. We can help. Answer these meaningful questions, and we'll tell you how datable you are!

What really overwhelms you in life?
Being too busy
When too many people need my attention
Not knowing what I'm doing at work
Leaving all my chores to the last minute

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Is there anything in your life that you've taken for granted?
My parents
My education
My privilege
Pretty much everything

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If you could, would you sacrifice anything for the ones you love?
In a heartbeat
Depends what it is
I like to think I would.
I'd sacrifice most things.

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Can you remember the most important lesson you've been taught in your life?
"People's opinions of you say more about them than you."
"You get what you give."
"Be kind. You never know what people are going through."
"Nothing lasts forever."

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Do you still have the same goals as you did five years ago?
My goals keep growing.
Long term ones
They're bigger now.
I've definitely shifted gears.

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When you think about your future, what's the biggest thing you see?
My children
My spouse
A beautiful house filled with memories
My career

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What's been the best day of your life so far?
The day I was born
When I landed my dream job
The day I finally felt good about myself
Every day

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If you went to college, was it worth it?
In some ways yes, in some ways no
I could live without the debt.
I didn't go and I'm just fine.
I could do what I do now without it.

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How do you overcome the challenges that life brings you?
I face them head-on.
I've learned some good problem-solving skills.
It depends on the challenge.
Rely on the people who mean the most to me

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When it comes to your past, is there anything you regret?
Not being nicer to myself
I try not to have regrets.
I wish I paid more attention in school.
Not that I can think of

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What's one area of your life right now that gives you a headache?
My job
My love life
My diet
Almost everything

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Can you honestly say that you're proud of yourself?
Yes!
Most days
I'm getting there.
Still working on that

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Do you go out of your way to make others happy?
If it's someone I like
All the time
I'm still trying to make me happy.
To a fault

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Everyone needs a little inspiration in life! What keeps you motivated?
My goals
The future that I want
Brené Brown
I read a lot of inspirational quotes.

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When you're feeling down, how do you lift yourself up?
Remind myself I'm exactly where I need to be
Iced coffee
A quick workout
Meditation

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What's more important to you — words or actions?
Actions
Words
Words backed up by action
They carry equal weight.

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Do you think there is a place we all go once we leave the earth?
I do, but I don't know what it is.
I hope there is.
I doubt it.
I think there are two places.

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Can you say there is anyone you trust with your life?
Only myself
Hopefully a future partner
Definitely not
I think that's a dangerous thought.

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Is work your life?
It's a part of my life.
I wouldn't work if I didn't have to.
I work to live, not live to work.
It defines me.

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Experiences can shape a person, but is there anything you hope you never have to experience?
Childbirth
The death of someone close to me
Getting fired
Extreme terror of any kind

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How do you know when you're in love?
When I can't picture my life without that person
You just know.
It's a gut feeling.
I don't.

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No one is perfect. What is a flaw that you have learned to embrace?
My big forehead
I'm not great at communication.
I cry a lot.
My love of not being around people

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What keeps you up at night?
The stress of my job
Pretty much everything
All the things I have to do the next day
My loud neighbors

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When you think of the word "chivalry" what does it mean to you?
Opening doors
Being a gentleman
Treating people fairly
Old fashioned courting

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During your workouts, do you actually put in the maximum amount of effort?
Some days
If I don't I still worked out.
I try to.
I definitely don't.

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Would you rather be wise or rich?
Why can't I be both?
Rich
I'd take wisdom any day.
I want to be wise about my money.

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What truly excites you?
Outdoor activities
Feeling accomplished
Being recognized for good deeds
When my favorite show gets renewed

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Who is your biggest hero?
My mom
Jessica Chastain
Michele Obama
I don't believe in heroes.

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Does the thought of artificial intelligence scare you?
I'm ready for a robot revolution.
Terrifies me
I don't think we're that close.
I'll deal with it when it comes.

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Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Married, hopefully
I'd love a couple of kids.
At the top of my career
Taking down the patriarchy

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