Monday, December 17, 2007

What color is your day?

People are always sending along things that other's email them, sometimes goofy, sometimes fun - occasionally thought provoking.

Developed by a Color Behavioralist (how do people come up with these titles?), this little quiz is all about the order that you pick colors in to tell what's on your mind. Not 100% accurate, but closer than most I'd have to say. More specific than a tea leave reader, and certainly enough to make you wonder how they can tell that much.

Free personality analysis from
Generated on Mon Dec 17 07:11:05 2007.

Your Existing Situation
Imaginative and sensitive; seeking an outlet for these qualities--especially in the company of someone equally sensitive. Interest and enthusiasm are readily aroused by the unusual or the adventurous.

Your Stress Sources
Has an unsatisfied need to ally himself with others whose standards are as high as his own, and to stand out from the herd. This desire for preeminence isolates him and inhibits his readiness to give himself freely. While he wants to surrender and let himself go, he regards this as a weakness which must be resisted. This self-restraint, he feels, will lift him above the rank and file and ensure recognition as a unique and distinctive personality.

Your Restrained Characteristics
Feels listless, hemmed in, and anxious; considers that circumstances and forcing him to restrain his desires. Wants to avoid open conflict with others and to have peace and quiet.

Remains emotionally unattached even when involved in a close relationship.

Feels that things stand in his way, that circumstances are forcing him to compromise and forgo some pleasures for the time being.

Your Desired Objective
Seeks the determination and elasticity of will necessary to establish himself and to make himself independent despite the difficulties of his situation. Wants to overcome opposition and achieve recognition.

Your Actual Problem
Needs to be valued and respected as an exceptional individual, in order to increase his self-esteem and his feeling of personal worth. Resists mediocrity and sets himself high standards.

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