Am I Lovesick Quiz

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15 Questions | Total Attempts: 950 | Updated: May 07, 2024
Am I Lovesick Quiz

Being in love is kind of ironic, sometimes. It could make you feel better than you have ever felt in your life, but it also has the power to make you feel worse than you’ve ever felt. When we experience a breakup or rejection, everyone reacts differently. Those who become lovesick are burdened with an overwhelming feeling of helplessness that could be very toxic and even last for years. If you are struggling and don’t know if you are lovesick or not, then it is time for you to take this quick 'Am I lovesick' quiz to find out.

Questions Excerpt

1. Do you find yourself checking their social media profiles to see what they're up to?

A. Yes, I check multiple times a day.

B. Sometimes, when I miss them.

C. Rarely, I'm not that interested anymore.

2. Have you tried dating someone else to get over them but found it difficult to feel a connection?

A. Yes, I can't seem to connect with anyone else.

B. I've tried, but it's been hard.

C. No, I feel open to new connections.

3. Do you often bring up their name in conversations, even when it's not relevant?

A. Yes, I talk about them all the time.

B. Occasionally, they come up in memories.

C. Rarely, I keep our past to myself.

4. Is there a particular song or movie that you avoid because it reminds you too much of them?

A. Yes, I can't face it without getting emotional.

B. Sometimes, it's bittersweet to remember.

C. Not really, I don't avoid things because of them.

5. How do you react when you hear news about them from mutual friends?

A. It deeply affects me; I feel upset or jealous.

B. It stirs some emotions, but I manage them.

C. I'm genuinely happy or indifferent for them.

6. Do you ever find yourself daydreaming of your ex and wondering what could have happened otherwise?

A. Yes, frequently

B. Sometimes

C. Rarely

7. Do you ever isolate yourself from others because of the stress or anxiety you are feeling related to a breakup?

A. Yes, I do

B. Sometimes

C. Rarely

8. Does your love interest ever try to win you back just when you are starting to feel like you can move on, and it destroys the progress you have made towards healing?

A. Yes, all the time

B. Sometimes

C. Rarely, but if they do, I reject their advances

9. Do you ever feel like other people don’t understand the emotional distress and physical symptoms you are experiencing?

A. Yes

B. Sometimes

C. Rarely

10. Do you often feel depressed or hopeless, even to the point where you sometimes question your reason for living?

A. Yes, I do

B. Sometimes

C. No, not really

11. Does anyone in your life ever express concern that you have changed who you are since you met this person or since the relationship ended?

A. Yes

B. Sometimes

C. Rarely

12. How long has it been since the relationship ended?

A. Over a year

B. Over 6 months

C. Less than 6 months

13. Do you latch onto memories of this person or hold onto things that remind you of them and can’t bear the thought of getting rid of them?

A. Yes

B. Sometimes

C. Rarely

14. Do you spend hours overanalyzing the last conversation you had or an argument you got in with this person and try to figure out what went wrong?

A. Yes

B. Sometimes

C. Rarely

15. Do you have ongoing issues with sleep, loss of appetite, lack of energy or motivation, or feeling emotionally unstable like you could break out into tears at any moment?

A. Yes

B. Sometimes

C. Rarely


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