Here is what's my relationship structure quiz! There are many important questions about intimacy that we don't ask potential partners and even ourselves. If you've ever felt compelled to adhere to monogamy or casual dating rules, you might prefer one of the different relationship structures.
This what's my relationship structure quiz will help you better understand your own needs, beliefs, and tendencies and will take about 10 minutes to complete. Are you ready?
1. What is your current relationship philosophy?
A. You fall in love by chance, but you stay in love by choice
B. Life is short, and the possibilities are numerous. I don't make promises to anyone
C. Let us love each other, grow as individuals, and have fun with whomever we want!
2. Do you want to have romantic experiences with people other than your partner(s)?
A. It is determined by where we are in our relationship and who the other person is
B. I'd prefer to keep the relationships separate
C. Yes, it would be enjoyable for us to engage in sexual activity with others
3. Which of these best expresses commitment to you the most?
A. It gives me the assurance that my partner is only mine
B. It communicates to others' what we already know about our connection
C. My partner does things that make me happy before I even realize it
4. Do you find yourself being attracted to others when you are in a committed relationship?
A. No way, I'm only interested in my partner
B. Except when things get a little tense with my partner my eyes begin to wander
C. I'm single because I know I can't keep my gaze on myself
5. The idea of only having one person for the rest of my life makes me feel...
B. I'm excited, but also weary
C. That is not at all a goal of mine
6. Make up a scenario in which your primary romantic partner kisses someone else. What emotions does the thought evoke in you?
A. You're devastated and defeated, but you're still going to try to work it out
B. You feel betrayed and want to end the relationship with them.
C. You'd be envious, but realistically, it's not your place to be, so you'd be fine with it
7. What words would you use to describe your relationship with jealousy?
A. Jealousy is something I enjoy; it's a turn on for me
B. I am possessive, but not territorial
C. I am prone to jealousy, but I despise it when my partner(s) is/are jealous
8. Do you believe there is a significant benefit to being in a publicly acknowledged, committed relationship
A. No, not at all
B. No, being in a publicized relationship has a negative impact
C. I do, but I keep it private for safety reasons
9. If your partner told you they had a strong connection with someone they had just met, you would be surprised...
A. Flirting is acceptable, but feelings are not
B. They must choose between seeing you and pursuing that individual
C. Request that they discontinue contact with that individual
10. You've realized over time that the person you love isn't compatible with you in an important way. As a result, your first instinct is to:
A. Continue on your current path
B. Start thinking about whether it's time to call it quits on the relationship
C. Inform your partner(s) that you are thinking and looking into other options