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Multiple Choice Questions

1. What are the best years of a women's life?
(a) it varies by the individual
(b) a woman who is raising children
(c) a woman who is about to marry
(d) it depends on when a woman finds her true calling

2. How do unhappy people treat their time?
(a) unhappy people use their time for pleasure
(b) unhappy people feel a sense of guilt about their time
(c) unhappy people have no idea what to do with their time
(d) unhappy people give their time away to other's discretion

3. What do Eleanor Roosevelt's children think of her friends?
(a) they find them boring
(b) they find them too old to relate to
(c) they find them thrilling
(d) they find them interesting

4. Above all else, what does Eleanor Roosevelt wish for all her reader do in regard to the uses of time?
(a) use time wisely
(b) use time for personal improvement
(c) use time as a means to an end
(d) use time to create a better life

5. After one has children of their own, what does Eleanor Roosevelt guard against?
(a) giving up one's friends and interests
(b) listening only to her female friends and not her family
(c) alienating her husband
(d) allowing the child to run the house

6. What is the title of the poem that Mrs. Cowles younger sister writes about Mrs. Cowles?
(a) Soldier of Pain
(b) Fortunate Soldier
(c) Solider of Fortune
(d) Pain and Growth

7. What must the foreign doctor Eleanor Roosevelt speaks of do upon immigration to the United States?
(a) work for the government
(b) restudy medicine
(c) lose his religion
(d) leave his family behind

8. What does Eleanor Roosevelt consider essential to keeping people feeling alive?
(a) prosperity
(b) growth
(c) adventure
(d) passion

9. What example does Eleanor Roosevelt use as a way to describe how to accept others?
(a) husbands not willing to cook and clean
(b) husbands not helping with raising children
(c) husbands forgetting birthdays and anniversaries
(d) husbands forgetting to clean up after themselves

10. What will a mature person avoid because it is useless in terms of self-improvement?
(a) criticism from spouses
(b) criticism from family members
(c) constructive criticism
(d) malicious criticism

11. What does Eleanor Roosevelt think that trying to change someone does?
(a) alienates relationships
(b) backfires
(c) stifles individuality
(d) causes anger and frustration

12. What does a parent's interests and array of different friends do for children?
(a) challenges them to be their best
(b) broadens their horizons
(c) makes them feel safe
(d) broadens their sense of self

13. What is the most important thing for people to not neglect as they enter adulthood, and, throughout their life?
(a) their spiritual nature
(b) their physical appearance
(c) their own development
(d) their religion

14. According to Eleanor Roosevelt, what is self-knowledge mainly about?
(a) learning one's weaknesses
(b) learning one's desires
(c) learning one's inner strengths
(d) learning one's fears

15. What condition is the worst stumbling block for most people?
(a) loneliness
(b) anxiety
(c) fear
(d) depression

Short Answer Questions

1. What are Eleanor Roosevelt's two remedies for weariness caused by over-activity?

2. What makes the inevitable and natural experience of death easier according to Eleanor Roosevelt?

3. What does Eleanor Roosevelt believe about defining the role of a mature person?

4. According to Ms. Roosevelt, what are the most important ingredients in a child's education?

5. How does Eleanor Roosevelt overcome her fear of nearly everything as a timid child?

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