You have a healthy relationship with fear, and thus it never becomes irrational, nor turns into anxiety. Likely for you, it has also transformed into excitement or focus, and no longer shows up like what we associate as fear.
As a result of your progressive and unique relationship with fear, you enjoy excitement, life in general and seek out risk. You know that by taking risks, you expand who you are and continue to grow and learn new things throughout your life. Every day then, becomes an opportunity to learn something new. You enjoy challenge. You see conflict as a chance to grow, and failure as a chance to learn new fascinating things about yourself and how life works. The arguments you have with your loved ones often lead to greater intimacy at the end of every conflict cycle. You may be happy one day and sad the next, and that’s fine. Your health is good, nothing to complain about. If you do have an injury, disease or other physical hold back, you’ve likely done emotional work around the ailment to make sure that the repression of emotions won’t exacerbate it. Sometimes you don’t sleep well but you know things change fast, so it’s likely temporary, and not a big deal.
You have no emotional issues that need your attention, but you took the quiz for a reason. Perhaps that reason is to better understand why a loved one suffers and you don’t.
If this is the case, please enjoy my video titled; What is the Cause of Chronic Anxiety or Irrational Fear. After 33+ years of dissecting this, being the Hall of Fame best in the world at my sport for 12 years, discovering what works regarding fear and what doesn’t, this video helps you understand the growing fear and anxiety epidemic that others face today. Below it, is also a manual meant for your loved one.
The other reason you took the quiz may be; you want to go to the next level of your development with fear and other emotions, so you can feel more alive, vulnerable and deeply connected to what matters most.
If so, keep reading for more information about you personally.