How Strong is
Your Relationship? Quiz

Instructions: This quiz is designed to help give you some idea about the strength of your long-term monogamous relationship or marriage. For each item, indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. This takes most people about 5 minutes to complete. Take your time and answer truthfully for the most accurate results.

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1. Though we've gone through some difficult times, I can at least tell my children they have a dad/mom worthy of their respect.






2. We were compatible physically at the beginning of our relationship.





3. If my marriage dissolved and I later saw my ex-spouse with another woman or man, I'd feel a sense of longing, sadness or jealousy.





4. If I had to explain to my children years from now why staying with their dad/mom was good for them and for me, I think I could make a pretty good case.






5. Even on our worst days, I know that if I were in real trouble, my significant other would drop everything to help me.





6. We have our differences but my significant other eventually apologizes if they see they've hurt my feelings.





7. We had fun together at the beginning of our relationship.





8. If my best friend or sibling were married or deeply involved with my significant other (instead of me), and things weren't great between them, I'd tell my friend or sibling to keep working on it.





9. My significant other was supportive of my personal interests and goals the first few years we knew each other.





10. My significant other makes me feel safe and secure.





 

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Last reviewed: By John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on 20 Aug 2013
    Published on PsychCentral.com. All rights reserved.

 

 

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