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Do You Have the Fears Of A Child, Or An Adult?
« on: August 07, 2009, 11:28:18 pm »
You Have the Fears of an Adult



Your fears don't paralyze you - they are very rooted in reality.
You have had enough loss in your life to know more is to come, and you dread it.

Compared to most people, you deal with your fears well. They don't ruin your life.
Your fears are strong and very real, but you try to let them go. You know you can't control what happens.

Do You Have the Fears of a Child or an Adult?


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Re: Do You Have the Fears Of A Child, Or An Adult?
« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2009, 11:36:49 pm »
Hmm. I didn't expect this answer....


You Have the Fears of a Child



At your core, you are still very young and vulnerable.
You still haven't found your place in the world, and you're wondering how you will fit in.

You tend to have highly emotional fears. You worry that your whole world will fall apart.
Your life is fairly unstable right now. Your fears feel very vivid and very real.

Do You Have the Fears of a Child or an Adult?
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Re: Do You Have the Fears Of A Child, Or An Adult?
« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2009, 12:29:31 pm »
You Have the Fears of a Teenager



You are still finding your footing in the world, and a lot fear stems from your own insecurity.
You feel ready to be more independent and successful, but you're worried if you can really do it.

You fear failure, and you also fear humiliating yourself. The less confident you are, the more afraid you are.
Over time you are learning that everyone is afraid... you just have to act as if you're not!

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Re: Do You Have the Fears Of A Child, Or An Adult?
« Reply #3 on: August 08, 2009, 12:43:42 pm »
You Have the Fears of an Adult



Your fears don't paralyze you - they are very rooted in reality.
You have had enough loss in your life to know more is to come, and you dread it.

Compared to most people, you deal with your fears well. They don't ruin your life.
Your fears are strong and very real, but you try to let them go. You know you can't control what happens.

Do You Have the Fears of a Child or an Adult?

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Re: Do You Have the Fears Of A Child, Or An Adult?
« Reply #4 on: August 08, 2009, 02:17:55 pm »
You Have the Fears of a Teenager



You are still finding your footing in the world, and a lot fear stems from your own insecurity.
You feel ready to be more independent and successful, but you're worried if you can really do it.

You fear failure, and you also fear humiliating yourself. The less confident you are, the more afraid you are.
Over time you are learning that everyone is afraid... you just have to act as if you're not!


My score was the same.  But I couldn't answer half the questions.  I wasn't afraid of either option, so I didn't know what to say.