Do you really think that's true of you Suzanne? It seemed a little harsh on you. But you handled it very well.I took it, and they said that I use creativity to express my emotions. Now....being a rather emotional person, I don't think that I have any difficulty expressing myself, LOL, and look, it made me cry, just kidding.It was a interesting thing to do, and I am glad that I did it. Now I am going back to my "work", I need to hear the praise from everyone, LOL. I do admit it makes me feel very good inside when people say they like my work, but honestly it's not the driving force in what I do. Jen
I got the same "answer" as you. Although.. I could tell by the questions that it would be answered this way. And totally true! Thanks that was interesting.
I've got to go take this one...
That is interesting. From the remove of a blog relationship, I would say that it describes you. I found that "Creativity Enriches Me." Hmmm. Parts of the analysis seem true other parts not so much.
You know I love internet quizzes!!!
I love an on-line quiz as well.Lovely photographs!Off to answer the questions!Have a wonderful weekend.
I love quizzes and was especially excited to take one on one of my favorite topics. This was the "explanation" I got:You feel that creativity provides insight into your own being. In fact, it is like therapy for you, enabling you to get to know yourself better. You seem to be looking for a way into the mysteries of the subconscious. It’s not really self-expression you are seeking, but rather the tools of self-expression: discovering what your creation will reveal about yourself. Art helps you reflect on, analyse and expand your personality. You long to be creative, and it’s not just because you need to deal with your emotions. It’s the tension between contradictions, and the need to resolve doubt that drives you to be creative. Painting pictures, decorating rooms, arranging shells in the sand — these are all creative processes that allow your introspection to roam. You can trace your life through the different ways you have exercised your creativity. For you, art is there to make sense of life. You are more attracted to artistic activities that demand reflection, planning and solitude, and the personal discoveries you make often provide answers for others, too. • To find out about how to tap into your creative side, see our feature in the August issue out now. It's frighteningly accurate. I don't think you should worry so much about your explanation. After all, isn't part of being an artist being misunderstood? Creating art is extrememtly personal, and many times what we create isn't appreciated by the outside world. But maybe that's not such a bad thing; maybe it's not meant to be. That's enough of my two cents. Thanks for sharing this interesting quiz.
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