Courage Test with Accurate Statistics

Courage is the willingness to confront danger, pain, agony or uncertainty despite the eminent and unavoidable presence of fear, and to act rightly in the face of shame, popular opposition or scandal. Courage without fear is like bravery without prudence. An individual who doesn't fear heights requires less courage to climb a rock than an individual who is terrified of heights. This test was structured to distinguish raw boldness from actual courage while still rewarding all forms of valour as an integral part of courage.

When two or more individuals start fighting how do you usually react?

Do you normally accept painful surgery, painful therapy or painful activity intended to treat an illness or an injury?

How often do you lie about yourself?

Your boss is harassing a co-worker. How do you react?

How do you handle speaking in front of many people?

You hear a noise in the middle of the night. What do you do?

Someone you find attractive constantly looks at you in a bar. What do you do?

How do you handle stressful situations?

Do you admit guilt?

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