Written by: Katherine

Date: May 12, 2021

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About This Quiz

They say it’s better to give than to receive. Is that true in your friendships? The most influential factor in people’s health level is not it is wealth, genetics, routine or food, according to studies. It’s friendship. The only thing that really matters is your social aptitude, your relations with other people”, said the analysts. Friends are the main indicator of well-being in someone’s life. Having strong bonds of friendship increases your life in up to 10 years and prevents a series of diseases. People with over 70 are 22% more likely to reach 80 if they have strong and active friendships, and having friends helps you more than having contact with your family.

A friendship is a bond that one chooses to, so it has a different weight than the family. Friends contribute to the construction of our own identity, ideas and values, a sense of belonging and life goals. Also, good friends are an antidote to physical and emotional illness. That’s right, friendship is good for your health. When we show affection, love and companionship to someone, we always have the hope that our feelings will be valued and mutual. However, this is not always the case. Sometimes the other person is not on the same wavelength and does not return our attitudes. This quiz is especially for you who wants to know if you give or receive more in your friendship relations.

 

 

 

Would you say that your friends are always asking you for all kinds of things?

  • No
  • Sometimes
  • Yes

Do your friends take a long time to pay you back the money they owe you?

  • No
  • Sometimes
  • Yes

Do you share your deepest secrets with your buddy?

  • No
  • Sometimes
  • Yes

If the crush of your friend asked you out, would you tell?

  • No
  • Maybe
  • Yes

Do you share clothes with your buddy?

  • No
  • Sometimes
  • Yes

Have you ever cried to your friend?

  • No
  • Once
  • Yes

If you fight with your buddy, would you ask him to forgive you?

  • No
  • Maybe
  • Yes

If you commit a crime, is there a friend whom you can call for help?

  • No
  • Maybe
  • Yes

If your buddy asked your help to cheat on a test, would you help?

  • No
  • Maybe
  • Yes

Do you cover your friend's lies to his parents?

  • No
  • Sometimes
  • Yes

Would you keep it to yourself if you dislike your friend's new partner?

  • No
  • Maybe
  • Yes

Would you happily spend more money with your friends than they would spend on you?

  • No
  • Sometimes
  • Yes

If a friend asked for your help urgently, but you had preview plans, would you go?

  • No
  • Maybe
  • Yes

Would you tell your friend he is doing a bad thing if you knew he cheated on his partner?

  • No
  • Maybe
  • Yes

Your friend stole an earphone from a store, would you cover it?

  • No
  • Maybe
  • Yes

Your friend sends you a message, do you answer him quickly?

  • No
  • Sometimes
  • Yes

Have any of your friends lied to you before?

  • No
  • I think so
  • Yes

When your friend is worried about something, can you notice it?

  • No
  • I think so
  • Yes

When you make a promisse to your buddy, do you keep your word?

  • No
  • I think so
  • Yes

Have any of your friends disappointed you?

  • No
  • Sometimes
  • Yes

Your friend engages in a fight, would you help him?

  • No
  • I think so
  • Yes