1. Do you expect them to apologise if they make a mistake?
A. No, I just want them to own their mistakes
B. Yes, it’s not too hard to say, “I am sorry”
C. Not really, I don’t like conflicts
2. If your partner is upset about something you did, how do you approach them?
A. I own up to my mistake and cheer them up
B. I feel really uncomfortable and try to distract them
C. I usually say sorry and try to make them happy
3. How would you describe a routine conversation with your partner?
A. We both share a lot
B. Pleasant, but we don’t touch on sensitive subjects
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4. What do you think your apology language is?
A. I am quite apologetic
B. I find it hard to apologize
C. I own up to my mistakes, but I prefer a civil argument
5. If not verbally, would you be willing to express your apology through other means such as a letter or a note?
A. Yes, certainly
B. One way or another
C. I don’t mind trying
6. How often do you address your partner’s concerns?
A. As often as they need
7. How do you react when they make a mistake?
A. I try to tell them why does it bother me
B. I usually confront them
C. I just tell them about their mistake
8. Who is usually the first one to apologise after an argument?
A. They are
B. I am
C. It’s usually mutual
9. Pick one of the following thoughts that comes to your mind whenever there is a fight?
A. I can’t deal with it right now
B. I hope it is over soon
C. We will get through this
10. Do you feel you are more well-behaved in front of others compared to your partner?
A. Yes, I guess
C. I behave the same in both cases