Do i play the victim quiz

Do I Have A Victim Mentality?

Which of these statements is more correct in your opinion?

All failures happen in a cruel twist of fate

Life is what you make it

God helps him who helps himself

You tend to mock, poke fun at yourself

You need to make a decision. What are you guided by?

Only my opinion

I'll ask people I know, friends', relatives' advice

I gather information from different sources and make a decision on my own

What are the chances you'll turn down a request from a little-known person on a scale from 1 to 10?

A friend of yours disagrees with your claim. Will you take a stand?

No, nerves are more important

You should always take a stand

I'll try but probably fail. I don't know how to persuade people

How much do you need constant approval on the part of people around?

Your neighbor gets to know that her husband/boyfriend is cheating on her. You tell her...

Tell him everything you think about him right now

Try to lead him on to this subject

They're all the same

You're offered the job of your dreams in another country. Your parents are desperate because of your leaving. Your reaction...

In your opinion, the rough and tumble of life are explained by…

You're too hard driving

Others throw sand in the wheels

You don't understand everything

Your friend tells you that it was she who gave you a very bad flu

Not a big deal

I missed two business days because of it!

Oh, please, no!

You're a victim

It seems you've hidden behind the victim's position and now reap all its fruits. You're aware of the devastating effect of some relations that you maintain. You can quickly recognize who is hurting you among the people you know. But instead of avoiding them you reach after them since you're waiting for the moment when they admit that they hurt you and you get into a trap. A tip - leave this vicious cycle, accept your needs and allow yourself suffering if they are not met. This way you'll be able to go on the path of independent and full life. Share this quiz on social media - let's check how your friends pull it through.

Sometimes you bow to the fate

A victim's complex is not about you but sometimes you underestimate yourself. Your self-esteem changes depending on the situation. When everything goes well, you're unmatched, but when problems emerge you tend to surrender. But you often win the fight because you don't revolve around failures, try not to depend on what other people think and always work on yourself. And you can take the leader's position in the situation of stress or time shortage. Share this quiz on social media - let's check how your friends pull it through.

You're not a victim at all

You have no victim's syndrome. You love yourself as you are. Adequate self-esteem is typical of you. You know your strengths and weaknesses well and never head for praises. You feel comfortable even without other people's approval. your leadership qualities are well-developed. You don't let anyone order you, know how to take a stand and don't forget to listen to the opponent. Share this quiz on social media - let's check how your friends pull it through.

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How Well Do You Fulfill Your Needs?
Are You Living with a "Victim" Mentaltity?
How Well Do You Express Your Needs?
How Well Do You Handle Worry?
Test Your Temper
How Healthy Is Your Relationship with Money?
How Well Do You Handle Fear?
How Well Do You Part Ways?
Do You Have Workaholic Habits?
How Well Do You Handle Failure?
How Well Do You Practice Empathy?
How Defensive Are You?
Is Your On-line Friendship Too Friendly?
Has Your Friendship Become an Emotional Affair?

Old-fashioned melodramas featured hapless heroines who always seemed to find themselves being tied to a railroad track or evicted from home into a fierce storm as the villain twirled his oily moustache. Only a white-hatted hero or the cavalry could rescue them as they cried, "Woe is me!" Times of stress or a need to respond to fearful situations can stir up the victim in all of us.

Here's a Thriving quiz to help you see if you've been carrying around a victim mentality that may be robbing you of your sense of personal power. Answer true or false to the following statements.

True False  

My first response to a setback is to blame someone else for what's happened.

No matter what I do, things are not really going to change for me.

I often find myself beginning thoughts with phrases like "I can't. ..", "I'm no good at...", "I've never been able to ...".

When things go wrong, I tend to beat myself up.

Sometimes I'm lucky, but when bad things happen they are because I mess up.

When angry, I rarely begin sentences with "I".

Conversations with friends are often about how hard my life is.

When friends offer advice, I usually counter it with a "Yes, but. .." since they can't know how difficult my situation really is.

I spend a fair amount of my time thinking about past failures and mistakes.

Other people usually cause me to feel the way I do. I'd be more centered if it weren't for them.

I'm always so busy with work and the things I need to do to survive that I just don't have time to do things I want to do for myself.

I'd like to exercise more and eat in a healthier way, but I just can't right now.

If I weren't tied down to all these obligations, I could really do some of the things I always think about doing.

Someday I'll find a new partner who will really change my life. In the meantime, all I can do is hope.

I must have done something really horrible in a past life because nothing I do ever works out.

If only I had had more support, I could have ... (fill in the blank.)

Score: The higher your score, more likely you are to think of yourself as a victim.

"Victimhood" is usually a way of staying stuck in old patterns and can be an externalizing way of dealing with unacknowledged anger or fear of change.

If you've answered true to more than a handful of these questions, chances are you'd benefit from a closer look at what's happening in your life right now. Feel free to call.

Intellectual quiz "OWN GAME", dedicated to the Defender of the Fatherland Day

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Explanatory note: Methodological development of an extra-curricular event dedicated to the Defender of the Fatherland Day, "Own game" was prepared by a teacher of the Russian language and literature and can be used as part of celebrations by February 23 for both large and small audiences. nine0003

Purpose of the event: Main purpose of this event is to cultivate a sense of patriotism, love and respect for the Defenders of the Fatherland. Tasks of the event : to arouse interest in the origins of the celebration of February 23, the life of the Russian army, to show the moral basis of the holiday. The event gives students the opportunity to show their knowledge and learn "new" facts about the history of the Russian army. Thus, students are given the opportunity not only to compete, but also to gain a new spiritual experience. nine0003

Forms of organization of children's activities: This extra-curricular activity is an intellectual quiz, accompanied by a presentation slide show in Power Point. The rules of the intellectual quiz correspond to the rules of the popular TV game “Own Game”, but the teacher has the opportunity to make changes at his discretion, for example, to build a team game, a game with the audience, etc. The game does not require special training from the teacher and students, although when choosing the "classic" rules of the game, it is possible to pre-select "experts" and choose the leader. The quiz game is designed for 9 students-11 classes.






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Military ranks of Russia

Military ranks of Russia -10 points: The lowest military rank in the army of Russia and most other countries.

ANSWER: Private.

Military ranks of Russia - 20 points: Military rank (or rank) of the highest general staff in the armies of a number of states.

ANSWER: Marshall. nine0003

Military ranks of Russia -30 points: An important element of the military uniform, which is also a badge of distinction. They were first introduced by Peter the Great in 1696.

ANSWER: Shoulder straps

Military ranks of Russia - 40 points: The title of the hero of the Soviet feature film Kostya Zbruev.

ANSWER: corporal

Military ranks of Russia - 50 points: The highest military rank of senior officers in the Russian Navy in peacetime. nine0003

ANSWER: Admiral

Military ranks of Russia - 60 points: This admiral was canonized by the Russian Orthodox Church.

ANSWER: Ushakov.

Places of Military Glory

Places of Military Glory - 10 points : Hill 102 became the main symbol of the Stalingrad victory, now there is a memorial complex. What place are you talking about?

ANSWER: Mamayev Kurgan. nine0003

Places of Military Glory - 20 points: This fortress is one of the first bastions that repelled the German troops on June 22, 1941.

ANSWER: Brest Fortress

Places of Military Glory - 30 points: This memorial cemetery is located in the north of St. Petersburg, one of the mass graves of the victims of the blockade of Leningrad and soldiers.

ANSWER: Piskarevsky

Places of Military Glory - 40 points: In which city is the memorial complex in memory of the fallen heroes of the Great Patriotic War "Cranes" located?

ANSWER: St. Petersburg

Places of Military Glory - 50 points: A city with a unique and unique memorial complex "Malaya Zemlya" in the world.

ANSWER: Novorossiysk

Places of Military Glory - 60 points: In what city was the Museum Historical and Memorial Complex "35th Coastal Battery" created on the site of the tragic events of the Great Patriotic War? nine0003

ANSWER: Sevastopol.

Poems and songs

Poems and songs - 10 points:

“Tell me, uncle, it’s not for nothing
Moscow, burnt by fire, given to the Frenchman? . .. "

Name the poem and its author.

ANSWER: The poem "Borodino" by M.Yu. Lermontov

Poems and songs - 20 points: Who was the "crew of the combat vehicle", according to the famous song? nine0003

ANSWER: "Three tankers."

Poems and songs - 30 points: Name the hero of Tvardovsky's poem of the same name, the second name of which is "The book about a fighter."

ANSWER: Vasily Terkin

Poems and songs - 40 points: Name the author and performer of the song (audio recording sounds)

ANSWER: Vladimir Vysotsky.

Poems and songs - 50 points: What is the name of the Soviet film in which the song "We need one victory" sounded? nine0003

ANSWER: "Belorussky railway station"

Poems and songs - 60 points: Patriotic song of the period of the Great Patriotic War, which became a kind of anthem for the defense of the Fatherland, also known by the first line: "Get up, the country is huge!"

ANSWER: Holy War.

Heroes of the past…

Heroes of bygone times… – 10 points: The legendary Soviet commander, who was one of the key figures of the Red Army during the Great Patriotic War and subsequently received the nickname "Marshal of Victory" among the people. nine0003

ANSWER: Georgy Konstantinovich Zhukov

Heroes of bygone times… – 20 points: Who is depicted in the portrait?

ANSWER: Alexander Vasilyevich Suvorov

Heroes of bygone times… – 30 points: Commander of the times of Kievan Rus, grand duke, saint of the Russian Orthodox Church, according to the results of a large-scale survey in 2008, was chosen “by the name of Russia”.

ANSWER: Alexander Nevsky nine0003

Heroes of bygone times… – 40 points: The Grand Prince of Moscow and Vladimir is a well-known historical figure who played an important role in delivering Rus' from the Tatar-Mongol yoke.

ANSWER: Dmitry Donskoy

Heroes of bygone times… – 50 points: Legendary Soviet test pilot, Hero of the Soviet Union, crew commander of the aircraft that in 1937 made the first non-stop flight across the North Pole from Moscow to Vancouver. nine0003

ANSWER: Chkalov Valery Pavlovich

Heroes of bygone times… – 60 points: One of the greatest Russian naval commanders of the 19th century, who gave the fleet almost forty years of his life.

ANSWER: Pavel Stepanovich Nakhimov


Days of Military Glory : What event happened on February 2, 1943?

ANSWER: The day of the defeat of the Nazi troops in the Battle of Stalingrad. nine0009

Military equipment: What played a major role in the defeat of the advancing fascist group in the battle of Prokhorovka during the Battle of Kursk?

ANSWER: Tank T-34

Great words: Who owns the words: “Russia is great, but there is nowhere to retreat, behind Moscow”?

ANSWER: These words belonged to political instructor Vasily Klochkov, who in 1941 took part in the defense of Moscow from the Nazi invaders. nine0003

Symbols of military prowess: What should a Russian soldier keep and protect as a symbol of his loyalty to his Motherland?

ANSWER: Banner.

Scoring. Congratulations and awards to the winners.

Answers to the quiz Steam Grand Prix 2022, Steam Grand Prix

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On May 23rd on Steam, Valve started a sale of racing games, and along with them launched a quiz. The essence of the quiz is simple: you need to answer a few questions. nine0003

Steam Fears Badge

If you answer correctly, you get a free Steam badge. You don't need to make any purchases for this. Here's what it looks like:

Below are all the answers to the quiz from the Steam Racing Sale. The quiz itself is available here:

Steam Racing Festival Answers

Question 1

Which of the following is NOT the title of a racing game featured on Steam? nine0003

Correct Answer: Race Around the Clock

Question 2

Racing games evolved from electromechanical arcade racing games. In what year did the last ones appear?

Correct answer: 1900

Question 3

What was the first modern racing game?

Correct answer: Space Race

Question 4

This legendary rally racing game from 2004 is considered the progenitor of modern rally simulations. nine0003

Correct Answer: Richard Burns Rally

Question 5

Which Burnout game was the first to introduce the famous "victim" mechanic used in every subsequent game in the series?

Correct answer: Burnout 3

Where to find the Steam Racing Festival Sale Badge

After you answer all the questions, you will not automatically receive the Steam badge. Instead, you need to walk around the sale page and find the icon yourself. nine0003

A hint about which section to look for will be shown after completing the quiz.

For example, hint Your trophy can be found in a section of the sale where you don’t need wheels, but you do need a headset

If the hint does not help you, just go through all the sections of the sale in order.

Learn more