What is your love story? Are you comfortable talking about it, and do people have to dig deep and ask questions, or do you simply sit down and start talking about your relationship? Did you meet your lover in a very unexpected way?
Was it romantic? Was it love at first sight, were you simply friends at first, or did you hate one another before falling madly in love? Also, do you tell your story to anyone who wants to hear about it?
If you have a specific way to tell your love story, take our "How do you narrate your love story?" quiz and have fun learning your love story-telling style.
1. What are the feedbacks like in general?
D. I don't really care about the feedback
2. How would you rate your relationship in general?
C. No comment
3. Do people need to ask you questions about your relationship for you to talk about it?
A. Yes, sort of
C. No, I like to engage
D. No, that's not my type
4. How do you react when someone asks for advice about love based on your relationship?
A. I'm enthusiastic and share my experiences
B. I feel a bit uneasy but share some insights
C. I'm happy to help and share what I've learned
D. I tend to avoid giving advice
5. What aspect of your relationship do you most often share with others?
A. The successes and happy moments
B. The struggles and challenges
C. The growth and learning experiences
D. I rarely share anything specific
6. How does recalling your love story affect your current emotions?
A. It uplifts and energizes me
B. It sometimes brings me down or makes me nostalgic
C. It fills me with hope and optimism
D. It doesn't really affect my emotions
7. How do you think your love story compares to others?
A. It's unique and special
B. It has its ups and downs, like any other
C. It's a journey of growth and understanding
D. I don't really compare it to others
8. Do you use your relationship experiences to guide others?
A. Yes, I love to mentor and guide others
B. Occasionally, when I feel it can help
C. Yes, especially to instill hope
D. Not really, I prefer to keep my experiences to myself
9. What type of details do you give people about your relationship?
A. The place and time
B. Outfit, sounds, and smells
C. Words exchanged and facial expressions
D. I say everything and never leave anything out
10. Do people enjoy listening to your love stories?
A. Yes, they do
B. Yes, they do because they are steamy
C. Yes, because I'm a great storyteller
D. I think so, but I'm unsure
11. How long can you talk about your relationship with people?
A. For hours
B. A few minutes
C. A few hours
D. Maybe a few seconds
12. Do you report on people's feedback to your partner?
A. Yes, always
B. Sometimes, when I'm bored
C. Yes, but only when they ask
D. No, that's not really necessary
13. How often can you tell the same story about your love life to people?
A. Many times
B. I can't possibly count
C. All my life
14. Does your partner approve of you talking about them?
B. Yes, it's always fun to go through people's reactions
D. I have no idea
15. How do you feel after you tell your love story to people?
A. I feel happier
B. I'm more in love
C. I somewhat feel happy to have made a few people jealous for the day
D. I feel like myself, that's all