Personally, I wasn't very surprised by my results, but still enjoyed the experience. There's also a survey for those wanting to get a better understanding of their child's character strengths.
Here's the link:
I am immensely enjoying the book checked out at my library, by the way, and plan to purchase it for reference throughout the years.
I am in no way affiliated with the book or the website. Just passing it along if anyone's interested.
Oh, neat! I'm reading "the happiness advantage" right now, and there's a similar sort of survey they mention at viasurvey.org. The idea is that doing at least one thing a day that uses one of your top five character strengths boosts happiness. Seems sort of obvious but it doesn't hurt to be more purposeful about it, I suppose :)
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