Is your love true? Take this love quiz and find out if are in love.
Your partner is returning after three days on a business trip and you:
- Can't wait to see him/her because you missed your quality time together.
- Wish your partner could stay away a few more days. Absence makes the heart grow fonder.
- Plan to have friends in for dinner. It's easier to get reacquainted with each other when others are around to help break the ice.
You just had a fight with your partner and you:
- Concede, once again. You don't like to rock the boat.
- Still disagree, but believe it's OK to have different opinions.
- Feel that it's time to break up.
You're at a party with people who are meeting your partner for the first time. You introduce him/her and:
- Immediately begin talking about your job. Your friends are in the same field.
- Ask to be introduced to the cute new guy/girl by the buffet. Who is that?
- Tell everyone what the two of you did earlier that day and how much fun you have together.
It's a rainy day and you're lounging on the sofa, reading a book. When your partner walks in the room, you:
- Jump to see if he/she needs anything. You want to make sure your partner is happy.
- Pick up and move to another room. You cannot relax when she/he's hovering around you.
- Invite him/her to join you. You love the quiet time you get to spend together.
People ask how you knew your partner was "the one" and you:
- Don't really have an answer because you're not sure he/she is "the one."
- Gush, saying: "I just knew. It feels right."
- Say it's because he/she is great with your new puppy.
You're afraid of dogs and your partner really wants a dog. You respond:
- “I am afraid of dogs so you can’t have one!”
- “You can get the dog but I can’t ever see the mutt!”
- “Sure!" Then make plans to have therapy to get over your fear.
Upon seeing your partner, you immediately feel:
- Nervous. You shouldn’t have skipped a shave.
- Flushed. Your palms are sweaty and your heart is racing
- Irritated. You didn’t want to be bothered tonight.
Your partner asks you if he/she should wear the red shirt. You hate the red shirt, so you respond:
- "The red shirt is nice, but I think the blue one fits this occasion better."
- “You look great in all of your shirts.”
- “I hate that red shirt.”
How often do you communicate with your partner?
- As little as possible during the day. We're both busy.
- As often as we can. We love to talk to each other.
- We call each other when we get to the office, and send texts and emails throughout the day.
A cute guy/girl approaches you and asks if you're available. You respond:
- “No, I am in a very happy relationship.”
- “No, but I can always accept new friends.”
While watching a political debate, you discover that you and your partner have opposing views on an issue. Which of the following describes the interaction?
- You agree to disagree. Being in love doesn’t necessarily mean thinking the same.
- You argue your points until someone is forced to agree to the other’s point of view.
- You realize that you are truly not right for each other because you both can’t agree on an important issue.
You are bothered that your partner never places the cap on the toothpaste. What do you do?
- Grit your teeth and ignore it. You've got some annoying habits too.
- Yell and scream until he/she begins to put the cap on the toothpaste. Is this too much to ask?
- From time to time, politely remind him/her to replace the cap on the toothpaste; you understand it may take time to break the habit.
After a major snow storm, you and your partner are forced to stay inside the house for the day. How do you stay entertained?
- Not at all. You're bored being in the house together.
- You play some board games and watch old movies.
- Just spending time together talking is fun and you wish they were more days like this.
What does commitment mean in your relationship?
- You are willing to do the work needed for a successful relationship.
- Till death us do part…unfortunately.
- Your partner is committed to taking care of your needs.
As your partner sings at a karaoke bar, you:
- go on stage with him/her
- immediately become embarrassed
- convince everyone that this performance will be the best of the night
Your partner appears to have contracted the flu. You:
- stay away; you don’t want to catch the flu too
- call his/her mom; she would know what to do
- roll up your sleeves and rub on the vapor
Your partner informs you that he/she has planned a special surprise for your birthday. You:
- can’t wait; you planned a night out with your friends but they'll understand
- hate surprises
- tell him/her that the surprise has to be after dinner with your family because it’s a tradition.
Your partner has landed the perfect opportunity at work that requires a 3,000 mile (4,828 kilometer) separation for four months. You:
- add international calling to your cell phone, download Skype and promise to talk every day
- end the relationship
- encourage your partner to kindly decline the offer; four months is too long
You have been invited to an amusement park with your friends. Your partner is afraid of roller coasters. In order to convince him/her, you say:
- “I know that you are afraid of roller coasters but if you love me, you would try this.”
- “Do you remember the time when I went skating with you? It’s your turn!”
- “I would really like for you to come with me.”
Your best friend wins a free trip for two and wants to take you. You and your partner have been planning a trip to the same place. Who do you go with?
- no brainer -- your partner, of course
- your best friend; you can't pass up a free trip
- Can't we all just get along? You, your boyfriend, your best friend and her man can make up a foursome.