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PERSONALITY PROFILE QUESTIONNAIRE

SUGGESTIBILITY - PART 1 of 2

 

   
   

Dr. Frank Ricci's free "Personality Profile Program" can help you recognize how you process external stimuli (the world around you) and why you react and take the position(s) you do, sometimes to your detriment. In less than thirty minutes you could be on your way to achieving what you may have always wanted but couldn't before.

Now you can quickly see what your strengths are and discover areas you may want to improve upon. Areas that will help you communicate more effectively and understand where the other person is really coming from. This can give you the edge in this fast-paced competitive world.

You may want that important promotion or be able to eliminate marital conflicts and avoid a potential divorce. You may just want to rekindle the passion you once had for your spouse and life in general. A large percentage of divorce cases fare caused by lack of communication and understanding the other person's position.

FREND will review your responses and provide you with your own "Personal Personality Profile" that could broaden your understanding of why you believe what you do and help you acquire the success to achieve what you always wanted in life

 

     
 
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This is not a test, so relax and discover
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choose "Yes" or "No" after each question,
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SUGGESTIBILITY QUESTIONNAIRE (Part 1 of 2)

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1. Have you ever walked in your sleep during your adult life? *
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2. As a teenager, did you feel comfortable expressing your feelings to one or both of your parents? *
 Yes 
 No 
3. Do you have a tendency to look directly into people’s eyes and/or move closely to them when discussing an interesting subject? *
 Yes 
 No 
4. Do you feel that most people you meet for the first time are uncritical of your appearance? *
 Yes 
 No 
5. In a group situation with people you have just met, would you feel comfortable drawing attention to yourself by initiating a conversation? *
 Yes 
 No 
6. Do you feel comfortable holding hands or hugging someone you are in a relationship with while other people are present? *
 Yes 
 No 
7. When someone talks about feeling warm physically, do you begin to feel warm also? *
 Yes 
 No 
8. Do you occasionally have a tendency to tune out when someone is talking to you, and at times not even hear what the other person is saying, because you are anxious to come up with your side of it? *
 Yes 
 No 
9. Do you feel that you learn and comprehend better by seeing and/or reading than by hearing? *
 Yes 
 No 
10. In a new class or lecture situation, do you usually feel comfortable asking questions in front of the group? *
 Yes 
 No 
11. When expressing your ideas, do you find it important to relate all the details leading up to the subject so the other person can understand it completely? *
 Yes 
 No 
12. Do you enjoy relating to children? *
 Yes 
 No 
13. Do you find it easy to be at ease and comfortable with your body movements, even when faced with unfamiliar people and circumstances? *
 Yes 
 No 
14. Do you prefer reading fiction rather than non-fiction? *
 Yes 
 No 
15. If you were to imagine sucking on a sour, bitter, juicy, yellow lemon, would your mouth water? *
 Yes 
 No 
16. If you feel that you deserve to be complimented for something well done, do you feel comfortable if the compliment is given to you in front of other people? *
 Yes 
 No 
17. Do you feel that you are a good conversationalist? *
 Yes 
 No 
18. Do you feel comfortable when complimentary attention is drawn to your physical body or appearance? *
 Yes 
 No 
19. Have you ever awakened in the middle of the night and felt that you could not move your body and/or not talk? *
 Yes 
 No 
20. As a child, did you feel that you were more affected by the tone of voice of your parents than by what they actually said? *
 Yes 
 No 
21. If someone you are associated with talks about a fear that you also have experienced, do you have a tendency to have an apprehensive or feeling also? *
 Yes 
 No 
22. If you are involved in an argument with someone, after the argument is over do you have the tendency to dwell on what you could or should have said? *
 Yes 
 No 
23. Do you have a tendency to tune out occasionally when someone is talking to you – perhaps not even hear what was said – because your mind has drifted to something totally unrelated? *
 Yes 
 No 
24. Do you sometimes desire to be complimented for a job well done, but feel embarrassed or uncomfortable when complimented? *
 Yes 
 No 
25. Do you often have a fear or dread of not being able to carry on a conversation with someone you have just met? *
 Yes 
 No 
26. Do you feel self-conscious when attention is drawn to your physical body or appearance? *
 Yes 
 No 
27. If you have your choice would you rather avoid being around children most of the time? *
 Yes 
 No 
28. Do you feel that you are not relaxed or loose in body movements, especially when faced with unfamiliar people or circumstances? *
  Yes 
 No 
29. Do you prefer reading non-fiction rather than fiction? *
 Yes 
 No 
30. If someone describes a very bitter taste, do you have difficulty experiencing the physical feeling of it? *
 Yes 
 No 
31. Do you generally feel that you see yourself less favorable than others see you? *
 Yes 
 No 
32. Do you tend to feel awkward or self-conscious initiating touch (holding hands, kissing, etc.) with someone you are in a relationship with while other people are present? *
 Yes 
 No 
33. In a new class or lecture situation do you usually feel uncomfortable asking questions in front of the group even though you may desire further explanation? *
 Yes 
 No 
34. Do you feel uneasy if someone you just met looks you directly in the eyes when talking to you, especially if the conversation is about you? *
 Yes 
 No 
35. In a group situation with people you have just met, would you feel uncomfortable drawing attention to yourself by initiating a conversation? *
 Yes 
 No 
36. If you are in a relationship or are very close to someone, do you find it difficult or embarrassing to verbalize your love for him or her? *
 Yes 
 No 
 
     
 

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