Want To Get In Touch With The Inner You? Queendom.com Releases Several New Tests To Get You Started
Queendom.com releases four new tests to their site to help visitors on their path to self-discovery.
MONTREAL, CANADA (MARKETWIRE) -- February 10, 2011
Queendom.com, one of the web's foremost sources of personality, career, and IQ assessments, unveils new tests to visitors who wish to learn more about their personality, strengths, quirks, and areas where improvement can help them reach their full potential.
"Never mind searching for who you are," advised Robert Brault, "Search for the person you aspire to be." Self-discovery is not so much about uncovering things you did not know about yourself, but learning about the parts of your personality that you often dismiss, underestimate, or rarely tap into. For nearly 15 years, Queendom.com has provided visitors with a chance to uncover hidden strengths and understand how their thoughts, feelings, and behavior impacts their level of success, contentment, and the people around them. With the release of four new tests, Queendom.com sets the stage for a new journey of self-knowledge.
The Anger Management Test, one of Queendom.com's latest releases, provides test-takers with a profile of their anger management style - how they deal with a multitude of anger-inducing situations of varying magnitude. "We want people to realize that anger isn't a 'bad' emotion that should be subdued at all costs," explains Dr. Jerabek, president of the company. "In fact, we would expect them to become quite angry in some of the situations we provide on the test - it's a matter of how the anger is expressed that differentiates healthy from unhealthy anger management."
The Social Anxiety Test provides users with a chance to learn more about their behavior in social situations. Queendom.com test developers explain that while it's normal to be nervous under certain circumstances, excessive, uncontrollable and debilitating anxiety is a serious issue that needs attention. Social anxiety is an issue that many people ignore or try, often unsuccessfully, to live with. "It's unfortunate that some people get labeled (or label themselves) as 'weird', or as having poor social skills, when in fact, they may actually be suffering from social anxiety," points out Deborah Muoio, one of the test developers.
The Procrastination Test is another trailblazing test by Queendom.com, in that it doesn't simply indicate whether or not a person procrastinates, but also provides the areas where a person procrastinates the most, and potential underlying reasons behind this behavior. "Most people, when asked, will agree that they put things off to some degree - don't we all, when it comes to chores we dislike? But many don't know why, and attribute it to a simple 'I just don't feel like doing it'. There are other, perhaps deeper reasons besides sheer laziness, however," suggests Dr. Jerabek. "The goal of this test is to help people identify these hidden sources of procrastination and help them address the real issues."
The Perfectionism Test delves into a tendency that can be a major hindrance to success. While setting high standards is important and can be a source of motivation, for some, these standards can become too extreme. Queendom.com assesses perfectionist tendencies in multiple areas, including work, family life, and health. "Perfectionism in the extreme can have a disastrous effect on a people's self-esteem, not to mention the fact that they may never get anything done, because it'll seem like whatever they do isn't good enough," explains Dr. Jerabek.
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