Anger management is a common issue for couples these days. Constantly removing your frustrations on your partner will surely have a negative impact on your relationship or even destroy it. It’s important to avoid using your partner as a punching bag and treat them with respect. So, do you get angry with your partner?
Everyone is looking for love, admiration and a little bit of help and emotional help from time to time. But a controlling spouse is something else. They first show their devotion and give too much, which should be suspicious, but at the same time, it makes us feel special, so we are grateful for all the attention in the beginning. But it becomes alarming when the person wants to take over everything that makes up your existence and to top it all, this person happens to be your spouse. So, is your spouse controlling? Take our quiz and find out now.
Most people don't even think of asking this question, even though it could help a lot of people to correct themselves when it comes to how they behave with their partner. The truth is that some partners are abusive, neglectful, unfaithful, manipulative or just what we are looking for.
We need to look at ourselves in order to see how we truly are in our relationships, this way we can pretend to be in our spouse's or partner's shoes for a day or more and perhaps decide to make some changes.
If you wish to know how you are in your relationship, know how you are in a relationship. Take our ‘Determine Your Partner Type’ quiz now!
Understanding someone implies that you communicate effectively with them and accept them completely. Sometimes we need to let go of our preconceived notions and let others talk their hearts out.
Good understanding is vital for the well-being of a couple because it fosters connection and harmony. Take this quiz do you feel that you understand each other to find out if you need to improve your communication skills.
Being honest and sharing your thoughts with your partner is vital for having a healthy relationship. Just communicating doesn’t mean you are doing well – often, communication takes the form of criticism, listening just to judge the other person, and making insensitive remarks. Being open in a relationship refers to two different aspects – first, revealing your real opinions and concerns, and second, truly listening to your partner and accepting them. This quiz will let you know how open you are with your partner.