QUIZ: Is My Relationship Healthy? - misjon.info
Relationship expert Tracey Cox shows that couples in long relationships actually share many idiosyncratic habits, like arguing, public affection. Ask anyone if they'd want to be in an unhealthy relationship and the answer would be pretty much the same: "Hell no!" But it's not always easy. Do want to know if your relationship will last through hard times? Just do this quiz ! 25 Questions - Developed by: Angiee. - Updated on.
When he didn't, I may have slightly kicked off, and he told me he didn't think I wanted to get married because of some random joke i'd made months earlier about divorce being inevitable. Literally one conversation and we would've both been on the same page, no Christmas Day breakdowns necessary, but communication wasn't my strong suit back then. Are you both caught up in the blame game? Now I realise we were both at fault for everything we were doing, and that cycle of blame was useless, it didn't matter who was doing what, it mattered that we clearly weren't making each other happy.
Do you have your partners best interests at heart? I was being selfish because I didn't want to spend half the week alone, but it took a lot of arguments for me to realise that. Are your boundaries similar? Full on swinging from the chandeliers?
We clearly had very different ideas about what constitutes cheating. Yes The person I'm with gets extremely jealous or possessive.
Yes The person I'm with accuses me of flirting or cheating. Yes The person I'm with constantly checks up on me or makes me check in. Yes The person I'm with controls what I wear or how I look. Yes The person I'm with tries to control what I do and who I see.
Yes No The person I'm with tries to keep me from seeing or talking to my family and friends.
10 Questions To Ask About The Health Of Your Relationship
Yes No The person I'm with has big mood swings - gets angry and yells at me one minute, but is sweet and apologetic the next. Yes The person I'm with puts me down, calls me names or criticizes me. Yes No The person I'm with makes me feel like I can't do anything right or blames me for problems. Yes The person I'm with makes me feel like no one else would want me.
Yes The person I'm with threatens to hurt me, my friends or family. Yes The person I'm with threatens to hurt him or herself because of me.
Am I in a Healthy Relationship? (for Teens)
Yes The person I'm with threatens to destroy my things. Yes The person I'm with makes me feel nervous or like I'm "walking on eggshells. Yes The person I'm with breaks things or throws things to intimidate me. Yes The person I'm with yells, screams or humiliates me in front of other people.
These aren't the only questions you can ask yourself. If you can think of any way in which your boyfriend or girlfriend is trying to control you, make you feel bad about yourself, isolate you from the rest of your world, or — this is a big one — harm you physically or sexually, then it's time to get out, fast. Let a trusted friend or family member know what's going on and make sure you're safe. But even if you know that the person hurting you loves you, it is not healthy. Ever heard about how it's hard for someone to love you when you don't love yourself?
It's a big relationship roadblock when one or both people struggle with self-esteem problems. Your girlfriend or boyfriend isn't there to make you feel good about yourself if you can't do that on your own. Focus on being happy with yourself, and don't take on the responsibility of worrying about someone else's happiness.
What if you feel that your girlfriend or boyfriend needs too much from you? If the relationship feels like a burden or a drag instead of a joy, it might be time to think about whether it's a healthy match for you. Someone who's not happy or secure may have trouble being a healthy relationship partner.
Also, intense relationships can be hard for some teens. Some are so focused on their own developing feelings and responsibilities that they don't have the emotional energy it takes to respond to someone else's feelings and needs in a close relationship.
Don't worry if you're just not ready yet. You will be, and you can take all the time you need.
Ever notice that some teen relationships don't last very long? It's no wonder — you're both still growing and changing every day.
You might seem perfect for each other at first, but that can change. If you try to hold on to the relationship anyway, there's a good chance it will turn sour.
Better to part as friends than to stay in something that you've outgrown or that no longer feels right for one or both of you. And before you go looking for amour from that hottie from French class, respect your current beau by breaking things off before you make your move. Relationships can be full of fun, romance, excitement, intense feelings, and occasional heartache, too. Whether you're single or in a relationship, remember that it's good to be choosy about who you get close to.