Identifying Losers, Controllers and Abusers” and has been co-authored by Dr Carver.
This quiz is intended to help you become aware of aspects of your relationship experiences which Dr Carver has associated with hurtful relationships and potentially, at particularly high levels, with the types of abuse sometimes linked to personality disorders.
Is your relationship absolutely amazing, in need of some serious work, or one you may need to leave?
The quiz below can give you a sense of whether your relationship is fair and respectful.
The lines of communication between the two of you are open, and by being completely engaged in what your partner is expressing and staying in the moment, you’re able to truly listen to one another.
You also place a great deal of emphasis on honesty, and you’re able to express your true feelings to your partner, even when it comes to difficult issues.
Relationships can get boring if they stay perpetually on the same track.
In common with some tests featured on this site which were developed to identify actual symptoms consistent with particular mental disorders, this test has been constructed with a forced-choice semantic interval question design which is intended to avoid the pitfalls of central tendency bias as well as acquiescence bias. ” relationship test was developed by Dr Greg Mulhauser and Dr Joseph Carver.
If you have any concerns that your relationship is not healthy or may even be violent or abusive, talk to an adult you trust .
Here's how this works: Think about each statement below.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, May 1, 2013.
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