Take this assessment test to see how if you have the sort of support system that promotes happiness.

Assessment Test

Select a number to score each statement below:
5-all the time
4-most of the time
3-about half the time
2-very few times

1-never


____ 1. You stay connected to friends and family members  who aren’t nearby.
____ 2. You have friends from grammar, high school or college.
____ 3. You have maintained 4 friends; you met ½ your life ago.
____ 4. If you have lived elsewhere you have retained friends with whom you’ve friendships with there.
____ 5. Your personal phone book has more than 35 numbers of friends in it.
____ 6. More than ½ of the people who you call friends you are able to confide in.
____ 7. All of your friends know your major family members.
____ 8. You send birthday greetings to people you may not have seen in the past year.


____   TOTAL

Support

(Strong Support System)

#7 Ingredient of Happiness

OR for only $9.99 get an ​In-Depth Analysis on your

"Support (Strong Support System)" Test Result:

It includes the above, but also specific ways to increase your support quotient.

You will be given specific suggestions that augment your desire to improve your support system,

and it is remarkable how this will increase the likelihood of being happy.

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​   Includes:

   1. Full Score Meaning

   2. Detailed Analysis

   3. Ways to Improve Your Score


The In-Depth Analysis will be emailed to you along with the opportunity to email us back

one time with any questions you have about your analysis.


FREE Test Results:

Submit this form and you will be given the overall category you are in and what it means in terms of your ability to be happy.  Many have told us that they feel this is sufficient to begin advancing their score.

A happy life is one filled with associations.  Connections with others are a vital component throughout life. From the moment we are born, we rely on others to nurture and sustain us.  There are different areas where different kinds of relationships reign: emotional, work or interest, recreational, intellectual, physical.


Isolation from others is used as a severe form of punishment in our prison system. Each relationship area has different levels of sharing; what you share at work is different from those you share emotions with.

"A father's a treasure; a brother's a comfort; a friend is both." 

     
Ben Franklin (1706-1790)

If ever I need an ear
To divulge what I fear
I’m thankful I have near by
Many shoulders on which to cry

Support Test Score:

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