The following ten questions measure general satisfaction in a relationship. Although the items were selected from authoritative sources and reflect actual symptoms, this test is not intended to replace the diagnosis of a licensed professional. Please BOOKMARK this page for easy access in the future - information is updated daily!
INSTRUCTIONS: Place a check next to the statements that you AGREE with.
INTERPRET YOUR SCORE:These scores are designed to give you an indication of difficulties you may be having. The tests on this website are NOT intended to replace actual consultation with a professional, nor to result in actual clinical diagnoses. If your symptoms are intense, persistent or become uncontrollable, you are encouraged to follow the therapeutic advice on these pages, discuss your difficulties with family and loved ones, and seek professional assistance through the services available from this website or elsewhere.
0 to 3 - Your score may reflect some of the normal ups and downs of a modern relationship. Use some of the techniques on these pages to enhance the intimacy between you and your partner. It may help to review your responses with your partner, emphasizing that you are content in most areas. If your score was 0, your relationship is probably relatively balanced and emotionally healthy.
4 to 6 - There may be some serious problems with how you and your partner communicate. The two of you may have to work hard to achieve a strong sense of intimacy and commitment. There may be deeper interpersonal issues preventing you from being close to your partner (especially with a score of 6). Use the suggestions on these pages as a start, however, also consider seeking further professional assistance. It may be helpful to analyze your responses with your partner and begin working on the most important issues first.
7 to 10 - Your relationship is in serious trouble! Your score indicates lack of communication and intimacy in several different areas. If you have checked off most of the items on the list, there are few areas that do not need improvement, including how you communicate, interact, and function as a couple. With scores nearer to 10, you may want to rethink the benefits of remaining in your present situation. The suggestions on these pages may not be enough to put your relationship back on track. Professional counseling may be necessary if you choose to work on these problems.