Your best friend just had her heart broken in two. What do you do?
I remind them just how amazing they are
I lend them a shoulder to cry on
I take them out on the town
I bake them cookies and host a girl's only night
I seek revenge on the person who broke her heart
Your bestie is feeling bad about her appearance, you remind her that....
She's beautiful inside and out
That it's whats inside that counts
That she needs to love herself for exactly who she is today
I take her for a spa day
When someone hurts one of your friends, you reaction is to....
Key their car
Console my friend
Reach out to both parties
What's your go to movie snack?
Are you a good listener?
I'm the best
I have a tendency to zone out
What do your friends typically want advice on?
What color are your Mom jeans?
When a friend or loved one is feeling stressed, you offer...
A personal pep rally
You've always been the worried mom! Both in motherhood and in friendship, you have always been the type to worry about the safety and happiness of everyone else. The problems of those you love, almost always become your problems too.
The Worried Mom
You've always been the supportive mom friend. Both in motherhood and friendship, you've always been the supportive pillar that everyone can lean on. You're sage, open, and empathetic. You know just the right things to say to soothe a bruised ego or a broken heart.
The Supportive Mom
You're the fun mom friend! Both in motherhood and friendship, you've always been the fun type. Not only is everyone else's happiness as important as yours, but you're always looking to ensure that everyone you love is having fun.
The Fun Mom
You're the wise mom friend! Both in motherhood and in friendship, you've always been the wise mother. Friends and loved ones have always come to you for advice, reassurance, and just some insight on life's problems. You always know the right thing to say.
The Wise Mom
You're the overachieving mom friend! Both in motherhood and friendship, you're the overachiever mom. Why buy cookies when you can bake them? Why buy a scarf when you can knit it? These are principles you live by. In your opinion, going the extra mile to make someone's day is always worth the time and effort.