Much like icebergs, the exterior of most people doesn't show the whole person. Why do we hide parts of ourselves? The reasons are varied, and you may discover them in the results, but it IS a fact that many of us do. So we are here today to ask the question: How MUCH do people around you really get to know you? This quiz will use symbolic imagery and subconscious color choices to answer that question.
What is the first thing that you noticed in this photo?
What color most attracted your eye in this photo?
Which part of this photo got your attention first?
What, in your opinion, is the most salient color in this photo?
What part of this photo, in your opinion, gives it the most beauty?
Which color most attracts your eye in this photo?
Which part of this photo most attracted your eye?
Which chess piece caught your eye first?
Which color would you swipe out of this photo"?
Which part of this photo would you take out?
What do you think happened just before this photo was taken?
The children heard some sad news
The children's parents yelled at them
The children had a fight with each other
Probably Less Than 25%
According to your answers, we estimate that people around you know just a small part of you, and if we had to put it in numbers, it would be less than a quarter of the real you, underneath the outside persona, is known to most people around you. There may be a very small number of people who know more, but we wouldn't be surprised if they don't know much more. <br><br>You probably have your reasons, you may have a need for privacy, a lack of confidence, a need for secrecy or just don't feel like putting yourself out there. This shields you from a lot of harm, but may also prevent some deeper modes of connection with people around you.
Probably About 50%
According to your answers, we estimate that people around you know about halfway, which is pretty normal. When we grow up, we learn that some things are better left unsaid or kept to ourselves, sometimes we edit ourselves and sometimes it's just a need for privacy, individuality and an inner world that just yours. <br><br>
It may be a good idea sometimes to let people get to know you better, and it may be you have a small number of people who know the 'real' you, or a bit more than others. Know that this is perfectly normal and that most of us keep a large part of ourselves TO ourselves.
Probably about 90-100%
According to your answers, we estimate that people around you know almost everything about you and are exposed to your true, real personality almost all the time, which means you are probably quite extroverted and self confident. You have the honesty and the courage to say what you really think and feel, while showing people who you are.
It's unfortunate that most of us are not like that, and, like icebergs, hide a big chunk of our real selves. This may come from a need for privacy, a fear that people won't like the real us, a need for control or fear of intimacy. It's good to see you don't have that problem!