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All tests - Relational psychology - The seaside

Take a trip to the seaside and learn something more about yourself.

 

1. You awake one morning and find yourself in an odd yet familiar room.

Describe the room and how it makes you feel. What kind of furnishings and decorations are there? Do you feel like you would like to leave the room?

2. Now imagine that you are walking towards the seaside.

How many people do you see?

a. Hundreds. b. A few dozen.

c. One or two. d. None.

How far are the nearest people?

a. Close by. b. Not very far off.

c. Way off in the distance. d. The beach is deserted.

 
 

Analysis

The room represents childhood.

The room's comfort level represents your childhood experiences. Inviting surroundings suggest a pleasant childhood, whilst uninviting surroundings suggest an unexciting or sad childhood.

The number of furnishings and the degree of detail in your description show how many childhood memories you have. A room bare of any furnishings suggests a complete absence of childhood memories, while an averagely furnished room suggests normal memories of childhood. A room filled with furniture might suggest persisting memories of childhood.

Choosing to leave the room demonstrates a readiness to grow up
Wanting to stay in the room indicates a reluctance to grow up.

Note: Choosing to leave the room does not imply an unpleasant childhood, while choosing to remain in the room does not imply an unhappy adolescence.

 

The seaside is symbolic of how you relate to people around you. How many people you pictured relates to the number of people you want around you. An extraverted, gregarious person feels energized in the company of a large number of people. People who see a deserted seaside are more introverted and feel more content spending longer periods of time on their own.

If you saw hundreds of people, crowded bars and clubs can feel like your second home. You are quite a social animal, and at times, you may also like an audience.

If you saw a few dozen people, you feel comfortable in social gatherings, bars and clubs, you may even seek them out.

If you saw one or two people then you do not like to spend a whole lot of time in bars or clubbing. You can be charming and social, but you are often content being alone. The vast majority of people see a beach with one or two people on it.

If you did not see any people, you are least likely to feel comfortable in a crowded club or bar. You are often content with your own company and may even avoid certain crowded places.

 

Where you see people on the beach is also symbolic of how you relate to people around you. If you saw people close by, then you are sociable and can be quite a chatterbox at times.

If the people seemed far away you are usually quiet and reserved. For you, actions speak louder than words. However you still need friends that are prepared to listen whenever you need them, or someone to talk to about your day.

 

 

 
How accurate were your results? Join in the discussion below.

Conchetta

28-02-2017, 23:44

+3 -1  

This wasn't very accurate for me. As far as the beach question, I am normally an extraverted person but I answered none for the number of people. Maybe because I view the beach and water as a calming experience and being alone is more calm than having a lot of people around.


Elizabeth

28-02-2017, 23:24

+3 -1  

Pumpkin colored room with loads of windows, sunny and beautiful. There was a futon and a throw rug with a few nik-naks, it was a bit blurry. I never wanted to leave. The beach seemed gloomy like it just rained. There were two people feet away. Like my two best friends


Impkat

28-02-2017, 16:14

+3 -2  

I envisioned a very futuristic room, a bit uncomfortable, since I didn't feel I belonged. It was dark. However, since it was futuristic, there was plenty of lights brightening the room. I decided to leave.


Deanna

28-02-2017, 15:24

+2 -1  

Somewhat accurate. I saw black furniture. I wanted to explore my surroundings. I had a bad childhood. I grew up a long time ago. On the seaside, there were a few close by people. That part was accurate.


Cooper

28-02-2017, 14:44

+3 -1  

Navy blue walls and a fur rug. Only a bed with a lamp on it was in the room and a door that was half open.all of the light in the room gravitated toward the door and even though I would have done anything to get out of the room I would have clawed my way through the walls before I'd use the door.


Corry

28-02-2017, 14:19

+3 -1  

Room was bright with wispy curtains moving, a side desk and the huge bed I was on, I didn't want to leave.
A few dozen people, far away.


Anonymous

28-02-2017, 13:45

+2 -2  

I pictured a dark barren room made of concrete with no windows or decoration or furniture. The seaside had 1 or 2 people very far away.


Leah

28-02-2017, 13:14

+4 -1  

The room was filled with red velvet furnishing and a wooden cabin. I knew I did not want to leave and the beach when I walked out a couple of people were off to the distance


Charlie

28-02-2017, 13:14

+3 -1  

The walls of the room were a light sea blue with few furnishings, all white and antique. The only decoration that stuck out was a faded orange starfish on a shelf. The window was open, and I could tell that it was cloudy. I was scared to leave, but I hated the room.The beach had the same color scheme-- white sand, light blue water. There was no one on the beach.


Tara

28-02-2017, 13:09

+3 -1  

I had a good childhood with plenty of persisting memories. I'm not ready to grow up yet, but I want someone with me... (correct!)
I am more content alone and kinda quiet. (No! being alone on the beach made me sad! And I like having friends and talking to them a lot!)


Aiyana

28-02-2017, 13:04

+3 -1  

It was a large room with high ceilings. The only furniture it had was a small table. There was stairs going up but they were blocked off by a wall at the top. It gave me an uneasy feeling, but I didn't want to leave. Suddenly the walls opened up to reveal a deserted beach. I felt sure I had been there before. It was completely silent. It felt like I was the only thing on the earth, and I didn't like that feeling.


angel

28-02-2017, 12:54

+2 -2  

my room was cold and dark with very little light, and extremely silent. there was one window... it made me nervous and i wanted to leave. i saw a deserted beach with only two people there by me.
crazy accurate


Cat

28-02-2017, 12:52

+3 -1  

Completely empty room. Beige walls, light wooden floors, six white windows. It's a very very very familliar room but I want to leave nonetheless........I didn't have a bad childhood.


Blank

28-02-2017, 12:12

+2 -2  

I saw a four walled all white room. Bright ceiling lights with one steel table and chair (where I was sitting) and an unmarked door. I felt alone yet in waiting for something to happen and being watched. I did not want to be there. The beach was pretty but absent of others.


angela

27-02-2017, 11:08

+2 -2  

I pictured a room with a balcony over looking a large body of water, a bed with white sheer drapes over the top of the headboards. With a few people on the beach from a far off.


Cody

27-02-2017, 10:18

+3 -1  

The room had only one wall and the floor, everything else was total blackness.


Eleanor

27-02-2017, 10:18

+2 -1  

Who has the time to imagine in detail the furnishings of an imaginary room? I mean, what is the point of it.surely if you can't imagine a room in detail means you don't have a very good imagination or that you aren't very creative at all...doesn't it?


Jaime

27-02-2017, 10:02

+3 -1  

I was in a white small room. It was completely empty and I felt like the walls were coming closer, crushing me. It felt like there was no air and I left as fast as possible. The beach was beautiful yet scary in the sense that I was entirely alone and didn't know where I was.


Andrea Randall

26-02-2017, 21:29

+3 -2  

I woke up in a big room. well furnished. there was a slide door that was ajar, with light blue curtains and wind chimes. there was nobody on the beach. This kind of threw me off because i had a horrible childhood yet it looked pleasant to the outside eye.


Claire

26-02-2017, 21:23

+3 -1  

1.Small room,big double bed. Natural colours with draws and built-in wadrobe and lamp. A big window opposite bed, curtains draw but the sun shining through. Alone in the room, in bed, comforted by familiarity, unsure of whether to stay.
2. A few dozen, not very far off.


Cece

26-02-2017, 21:09

+3 -1  

The walls are cream. There is a large table with a white booth around half of it. There's a dark green cushion on the booth, and it's in the corner of the room, taking up space. There is a very small hallway. The front door is there, and a staircase, too.
There are a few cabinets, and the walls are mostly bare.
I have a strong need to stay.


aj

26-02-2017, 20:43

+2 -2  

White, very large and spacious, just comfortable bed and 1 chair, with wide open windows that were letting a breeze in. Everything in room white. Wanted to leave.
The beach had 1 or 2 people there, and they were not very far off
Analysis sounded pretty accurate :) interesting


stephanie

26-02-2017, 20:29

+3 -1  

I was in a dark room, and everything was old, and dusty. It had one chair, a small table and a bed and that's it.
I did want to leave the room though, because, hey, there's a beach outside! The beach was deserted and very peaceful.


Bella

26-02-2017, 19:23

+4 -1  

The room is kind of normal size. The walls is creamy/white colour. There is barely furnitures in that room. Has white, thin curtains. Makes me extremely uneasy and yet i choose to stay in that room. The beach has few people around it and they are far away from me.


Erica

26-02-2017, 19:22

+1 -1  

The room is pale gray, and has the general build of my own room. I was slightly uncomfortable, though the want to leave wasn't pressing. The beach was beautiful, dunes blocked my view of the water slightly and waves crashed against the shore. It was completely abandoned


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