1. A neighbor is having a loud party after the noise ordinance went into effect. You are tired, and want to prepare for a long day tomorrow.
A. You get earplugs, and hope that the party ends soon.
B. You explain your plans for tomorrow, and you ask your neighbor to lower their music.
C. You pick a fight with your neighbor, because you are mad you weren’t invited to the party anyway.
2. A friend has told you something about yourself that you did not expect to hear, and now you are embarrassed. Your response is
A. “You are the best friend a person can ask for.”
B. “Really, why do you think that?”
C. “Shut up, you don’t know what you’re talking about."
3. A store clerk is aggressively attempting to sell you clothing. She touches you on the lower back, and shoves a shirt under your neck. You were shocked and uncomfortable. Next, you
A. politely smile, and compliment her on how great the shirt looks.
B. step to the side, and carefully explain your discomfort with her recent actions.
C. slap the store clerk, and call her obscene names.
4. My personal motto comes close to:
A. “I try to please others before I try to please myself.”
B. “I am just as important as everyone else, so I have to protect me first.”
C. “If they don’t like it, they can eat dirt.”
5. Some big news just came in, and you want to tell your family and friends. You start to hear whispers, and you are nervous about their response. You tell them
A. “it’s not important, we can talk about it later”, but never get around to doing it.
B. the news, and ask for feedback.
C. “it’s my life not yours, so I don’t have to tell you anything.”
6. Your partner disagrees with you about celebrating your anniversary. The last anniversary, your partner decided on the activity, so you feel you should have first choice now.
A. You tell your partner, “none of this matters, as a long as we can spend it together.”
B. You calmly remind your partner of your last anniversary, and tell them why you want to choose the activity.
C. You tell your partner that you will be choosing the activity, regardless if they agree.
7. Your supervisor has given you a performance evaluation. Your score does not appear to be accurate, and the explanations are not true.
A. You approve of your evaluation anyway; it’s still a passing evaluation, “I can still get my raise.”
B. You question the incident that does not seem accurate, and you offer the correct information.
C. You accuse your supervisor of targeting you, and refuse to sign it.
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