>>248460>What is your emotional quotient (EQ) score?
>What quiz did you use to find it?
>Do the results reflect your ability to navigate emotion in the real world?
Maybe, I don't know really because I typically keep to myself and prefer to do things alone so most of the time I don't think about these things. I think I don't know a lot about myself emotionally although my results say my EQ is in the normal range but I'm not very self-aware sometimes so I don't trust my own perception of myself or even self-testing.
>Have you ever been considered a good person emotionally by others (Being called compassionate, caring, understanding, etc)?
Yeah, but I'm not really like that. I just listen and try to give people advice. That's why I kind of hate it when people say things like "you're too nice", it makes me uncomfortable. I think they have a superficial understanding or misguided expectations of me, it's not as if they know me well.
>If you are "emotionally unintelligent", how does it affect your interactions?
I think I was more emotionally unintelligent when I was younger. I learn from experience so now I am better but I am generally tactless or give the wrong reactions. I think it just made people repelled by me or they thought I was their entertainment, but I still was able to manage a few friends.
>If you have a partner, would you say they are emotionally intelligent? If not, what about your friends?
I think they're in the normal range, we can tell each other if we have a bad or good day but with some friends we don't talk about our personal feelings as much. Truthfully, maybe I don't actually know. I don't analyze or read into people much beyond what they say or do on the surface so I maybe I don't truly know them well.