Are You More Like Your Mother Or Your Father?

Which of your parents do you take after?

Tags: Character-Traits, Behavior, Lifestyle, Teens, Girls

Here are all the results with descriptions

Exactly Like Your Mother
You have all your mother's kindness, goodness and ability to empathize with others. You are warm and welcoming, goodhearted and sympathetic. There is nothing you wouldn't do for the people you love. You always put other's first. For those who love you, wherever you are is home.

Mostly Like Your Mother
Like your mother, you are always helping others and making the world a better place, but you blend this selflessness with commonsense. You manage your time wisely and know that it's important to make some time for yourself. You are an introvert who likes quiet moments alone with a good book.

The Best of Both
You blend the sympathy and support of your mother with the great wisdom of your father. You are the first people anyone will turn to when they're struggling. You always know what someone needs and how to give it to them. You can switch between practical and compassionate on a moment's notice, always responding to the situation in the best possible way.

Mostly Like Your Father
You learned from your father how to work hard and be responsible. You are the person who takes care of things, manages things and makes sure it all stays on track. At work, people always trust you with big projects and important tasks. You take your duties seriously.

Exactly Like Your Father
You take after your father as a guide and pillar, someone people can always turn to. There are no ends of the earth you will not go to in order to protect your family and keep them happy. You are responsible, wise and a great judge of character.

Neither, You Take After Your Grandparents
You take after the people who taught your parents everything they know and then some. You are smart, creative and funny. You are always excited about life and the world around you. You are very sociable and have lots of friends. Your social calendar is always full.