Take Our Personality Test And Discover Your Qualities And Pitfalls

The emotions we experience give us feedback and direction in our lives, but they also say a lot about our character. One person will experience very different emotions than another person and therefore have different behavour than the other one. This difference of emotional experiences depends on their personality and the beliefs that they have develloped as a result of their character. In this test we will determine the strengths and pitfalls of your personality based on the emotions that you regularly experience in your life.

You will be questioned about a number of emotions that refer to the 8 different EmotionGroups, both positive and negative. We invite you to indicate whether you ever experience each emotion. Be as honest as possible, even if you come across an emotion that you would rather not admit experiencing once in a while. Every negative emotion related to a specific EmotionGroup also has positive potential.

After filling out the test you will receive a description of your potential and the challenges of your character.

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The Emotion Expertise Centre has the objective of transferring knowledge and insight about the meaning of, message, functioning of and dealing with emotions.
We strive to get emotions back to the positive attention they deserve, so that people can function in balance with themselves and their environment.

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