Which Parent Are You Closer To And Why?

Most of us are closer to one parent than the other, but which parent are you closer to? Why is that parent your rock? Answer these 10 quiz questions truthfully and discover which parent you're closer to and why. The results may surprise you!

Question 1/10
Which word best describes you?
None of these

Question 2/10
As a kid, you were most likely to get in trouble for?
Cracking jokes in class.
Being a tattletale.
Staying out too late.
None of these.

Question 3/10
Were you an only child?
Yes, it was just me.
No, I had several siblings.
I had one sibling.

Question 4/10
Who did you go to for an advice as a kid?
My mom
My dad
Neither one

Question 5/10
Which parent was more strict with you as a child?
My mom
My dad
It was equal

Question 6/10
Which club would you join as an adult?
Book club
Wine club
Gun club
Women's club

Question 7/10
In your opinion, which is more important?
Setting an example
Knowing which advice to give
Both are equally important

Question 8/10
Which one of your parents was more embarrassing as a kid?
My mom
My dad
They were both pretty embarrassing

Question 9/10
Are you a parent right now?

Question 10/10
Do you think kids always make the same mistakes as their parents did
You’re very close to your Mom! The reason? You and your mom are basically two peas in a pod. You see the world in the same way and share many of the same interests. Much like you, your Mom is a giving and kind person who only wants what’s best for those she loves. You’re both nurturing souls who see the world as a place of goodness and hope.

You’re very close to your dad! The reason? You’re just a total Daddy’s girl at heart. To you, Dad is a superhero. He can do no wrong. Not only does it always feel like your Dad has all the answers, but he’s the one person you can always count on to give advice and fix what has been broken. When you’re with your Dad, you feel safe and protected. There’s nothing he wouldn’t do for you!

You’re close to both your Mom and your Dad! From each of your parents, you gain different things. From your mother, you gain humor and wisdom, perhaps even a sense of purpose or confidence. From your Dad, you gain confidence and practical skill. He allows you to make your own mistakes and fumble, because he always has your back should you fall.

Both Parents