Q1. As a general rule, I'm always directed towards success and solving the problems. 1- I pretty much never think about success. I just want to be happy. If money comes with that, fine. Money won't make me happy, exploring the world and making bonds with people will. I just so happen to need money for that. As for being able to solve problems, I'm a very good problem solver, but I figured that I misinterpreted what the second part was saying and stuck with being success oriented.
Q2. As of right now, I'm urgently trying to improve my lot in life. 3- I'm going through a phase of change in my life at the moment, so yes I'm looking to improve things. But it's not too major. I'm just getting signed up for training to get certified in the profession that I want to do (mediation), and getting a job writing. I'm also swapping schools.
Q3. I often joke about other people's problems. 1- I don't think of other people's problems unless they are close to me, and in that case they are usually taken serious.
Q4. People should support the good mood in a group. 5- Of course.
Q5. Life is so unjust, I almost wish I wouldn't have to take part in it. 1- No, if you aren't satisfied with your life, then change it. I see no reason behind letting life bring you down. If you know that it is, change it.
Q6. I often get depressed from all those terrible things happening to me. 1- Uh, what things?
Q7. I should be treated with dignity, because I'm a human being afterall. 5- Well yeah, everyone deserves common respect. But I don't think I'm any more special than anyone else.
Q8. I don't get that depressed at all when discussing dark topics. 3- It varies
Q9. I wouldn't want to spoil the mood by complaining about my problems. 5- If it's a good mood, then I won't complain.
Q10. If someone loved me, they would listen to my problems and give me comfort. 4- I generally agree with this, that if I had problems I would appreciate my lover to give me some advice. But I wouldn't want to dump everything terrible in my life on my lover, since I like to deal with my own shit on my own.
Q11. People should understand how they make others feel with what they say. 5
Q12. If people want respect, they have to treat others with respect. 5
Q13. I can't relate to most of the stuff that happy people talk about. 3- Too broad of a question.
Q14. Happy people don't seem to have any depth. 1- Too subjective. You'd be a very closed minded person to think that EVERY SINGLE happy person was depthless.
Q15. I can tolerate, even enjoy, a lot of depressive ideas. 2- I prefer not to hear about depressing things.
Q16. If I'm on a bad mood, everyone should be on a bad mood. 1
Q17. I cry with those who cry, and I laugh with those who laugh. 4- Generally yes, since I consider myself a social chameleon. Not so much with the crying though.
Q18. Some people's personal problems are a joke. 3- Too subjective. Some may seem like they shouldn't even be problems, some are legitimate problems.
Q19. Things often turn out bad in my life. 1
Q20. As a general rule, I'm a happy person. 5
Q21. Depressive thoughts are always with me. 2
Q22. Life is easy enough for me to have happy, carefree mood for the most time. 4
Q23. I can put my feelings aside when I need to do something important. 5- Absolutely
Q24. If bad enough things happen to me, I just spill it out and make it known to everyone. 1
Q25. My mood is a result of things that have happened to me, and I can't help it. 3- It depends
Q26. I live through my moods very intensively. 2- I can change my moods, I'm not controlled by them.
Q27. I'm easy to get along with. 5
Q28. I'm such a burden to other people. 1
Q29. Take me as I am, or leave me be. 4
Q30. Other people are there to help me with my problems. 1