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Draw a Person in the Rain, And We Will Reveal Your True Self

Psychologists believe that it’s possible to evaluate different areas of your subconscious, such as fears, dreams, and main personality traits in general. Projective personality tests, in particular, analyze how a person responds to particular situations through a drawing.

Psych2Go invites you to find out what your drawing says about you. You’ll have to draw a person in the rain. The test will reveal your attitude toward tolerance, pressure and frustration, your defense mechanisms, and level of anxiety.

During the test, you’ll have to draw a person in the rain and come up with their story. The main objective is to obtain information about your personality through the image of the individual under certain unpleasant circumstances.

Go to the next page once you finished your drawing to see what it tells you about your inner self and personality.

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    • I love rain! I only really like the sun if I’m going to the beach or something. I love laying in bed listening to it on the rooftop and I love walking out in it, getting my hair soaked. Maybe it was because I was born during a heavy thunderstorm – I dunno. But everyone always sees me as depressing and “weird” when I say I love it. Not true. I look up into the sky, close my eyes and smile as the drops fall on face. Even winter rain.

      Sorry for the long-winded reply to your comment. Just reiterating your question, because I am happier when it rains.

  1. I dunno, I think “arms outstretched, facing the front while smiling / laughing and embracing the rain”, while not totally described in this article, mean something a little more… Hopeful and warm.

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Written by Kelly Soong

Kelly studies Bachelor of Digital Media at RMIT, Melbourne, Australia. She's a graphic designer, webmanager, social media manager and writer for Psych2Go. She also has great passion for doodling, reading and web design.

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