Relationship Satisfaction Test (couples with kids)

96 questions, 35 min – Psychology Today

The relationship satisfaction test is designed to evaluate various aspects of interaction in a couple. Unlike other relationship/love tests, the one you are about to take is not based on value judgments about how a relationship is supposed to work. Some behavior patterns are generally unhealthy, either for the relationship or for the individuals involved. However, in other aspects, what works for one couple can be a disaster for another.

In this Relationship Satisfaction Test, YOU are the reference point: your needs, your wishes, your point of view, your values and your beliefs. This test will help you identify areas that cause your relationship to stumble. You might already be aware of some of the problems that will be pointed out (if any). Others, that you might not yet be conscious of, may be the source of frustration and anger that seems to come out of nowhere. In any case, you can use the results of this test as indicators of what areas in your relationship may benefit from some reflection and work./p>

Read every statement carefully and indicate which option applies best to you. There may be some questions describing situations that do not apply to you. In such cases, select the answer you would most likely choose if you ever found yourself in such circumstances.

After finishing the test, you will receive a Snapshot Report with an introduction, a graph and a personalized interpretation for one of your test scores. You will then have the option to purchase the full results.

TAKE THE TEST


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After finishing the test, you will receive a Snapshot Report with an introduction, a graph and a personalized interpretation for one of your test scores. You will then have the option to purchase the full results.

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Life is stressful! How do you react to the stressors of fast-paced living? Do you have the resilience to withstand life’s trials? Are you a survivor? Find out with the Coping Skills Inventory.

Everybody is exposed to stressful situations, both positive and negative. Stress is an integral element in the lives of all creatures, and it plays an important role in survival. Nevertheless, stress can have negative effects on our physical and emotional health. Interestingly, what matters is not the number of stressful situations that we are exposed to nor the amount of stress that we have to withstand. More important is our perception and subjective interpretation of the stressor, and how we react to it. This depends on the personal arsenal of coping skills we have.

Examine the following statements and indicate which option applies best to you. There may be some questions describing situations that do not apply to you. In such cases, select an answer which would be most likely if you ever found yourself in such a situation. After finishing the Coping Skills Test, you will receive a detailed, personalized interpretation of your score that includes diagrams, information on the test topic and tips.

Find out more about this test… –>

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Posted on March 19, 2009, in Private Investigations and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Just want to ask first if this is a real PI group.
    I got interested because I write crime fiction.

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