Quiz: What Do People Love About You?

whatdopeopleloveaboutyouOn a good day, you can probably think of all sorts of things people love about you. Your kindness. Your sense of humor. Your little quirks. None of us may be perfect, but we all bring cool and unique things to our relationships.

On a bad day, you might feel completely unlovable. At our worst, it’s hard to remember what makes us special. I know that I have days like this, and it’s hard for me to remember why people may love me. These days are luckily pretty far and few between, but they still happen.

It’s funny how feeling lovable or unlovable can perpetuate more of the same. When you feel worthy of love, more people love you freely. But when you feel unworthy of love, it’s hard to get the love you crave so dearly. I know that we are all deserving of love, even if we don’t always feel that way.

The newest quiz I wrote, What Do People Love About You?, is for good days, bad days, and in between days. Take a few minutes to remember why you’re loved. This quiz will show you how you’re lovable, even if you don’t feel like you should be loved right now. It’s a great quiz for anyone, but it’s especially good for anyone who is feeling flawed.

What Do People Love About You? helps you discover what people cherish about you. You might be surprised to learn what makes you lovable. Give it a go, and let me know what you think of your result. Can you see why people love you?

Discussion questions: When do you feel the most lovable? When do you feel the least lovable?

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One thought on “Quiz: What Do People Love About You?

  1. Josh

    People Love That You’re Kind and Compassionate

    You’re the kind of gal or guy who really enjoys putting other people first. You enjoy pitching in and making a difference.
    Your heart really goes out to anyone in need. In fact, it’s difficult for you to turn your back on someone who’s struggling.

    As long as you have friends who don’t take advantage of you, your empathy is only a good thing.
    If there were more people in the world like you, you wouldn’t feel like you have to look out for everyone.

    As a self-preserver I look out for myself but also anyone (if I can) who needs it.

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