It’s equally enlightening to see the capacities at which you score lowest! Here are mine. They crack me up.
If you’ve really hurt me I burn the bridge.
Forgiveness and mercy
You forgive those who have done you wrong. You always give people a second chance. Your guiding principle is mercy and not revenge.
It’s not that I’m not loyal; it’s that I’m better doing things on my own. Never liked group projects in school. I always ended up doing all the work.
Citizenship, teamwork, and loyalty
You excel as a member of a group. You are a loyal and dedicated teammate, you always do your share, and you work hard for the success of your group.
This one’s just funny! I cannot keep a secret; I’d like extreme sports if people didn’t die so often.
Caution, prudence, and discretion
You are a careful person, and your choices are consistently prudent ones. You do not say or do things that you might later regret.
Someone else should guard the brownies. This one’s just not important to me. It was fun to have students in Idaho write their Codes of Ethics because this was so important to the Mormon students. It’s just not part of who I am; I’d never have thought of it.
Self-control and self-regulation
You self-consciously regulate what you feel and what you do. You are a disciplined person. You are in control of your appetites and your emotions, not vice versa.
HA! HA! HA! HA! I’d be the queen of everything if I had my way. I was born like this, I think. What do you think, Mom?
Modesty and humility
You do not seek the spotlight, preferring to let your accomplishments speak for themselves. You do not regard yourself as special, and others recognize and value your modesty.