The Five Love Language Quiz is based on the bestselling book, The 5 Love Languages®, written by Dr. Gary Chapman. The book discusses the five categories of how we show love to one another: Words of Affirmation, Receiving Gifts, Quality Time, Acts of Service, and Physical Touch. Based on your score in each category, this quiz will determine what love language you primarily speak in your relationship.
This test is based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator developed by Isabel Briggs Myers and Katharine Briggs. The indicator aims to bring Carl Jung’s personality type theory to practical uses like in personal development, employee assessment, and law enforcement. This test assesses your preferences. Answer the questions below, and learn what type of personality you possess. For your result, you will get a code with a description of your preferences.
The success of your marriage depends on how you prioritize it. Take the quiz, and learn if your relationship is the most important thing in your life. See how you’re faring as a spouse. Assess your score according to the scale below.
Fidelity is one of the keys to a successful marriage. Are you faithful or not? Answer the questions below to find out. This quiz determines how faithful you are to your spouse. Assess your score according to the scale provided.
Find out if your marriage is still worth saving or if it’s time to call it quits.
Is he cheating or did Cupid match you up perfectly? Find out if your husband should be trusted or if you have a reason to be suspicious.
See if you’re borderline nosy and need to give your partner more space.
Check yourself. Are you a good wife, or do you just add to your husband’s stresses?
Find out if you have a say in your relationship or if your partner is just leading you by the nose.
See if your relationship is really making you what you ought to be – happy!
Find out if your feelings are true or if your love is built on sandy shores.
Some people are just afraid to get hitched. Are you one of them?
Are you loving or do you just treat your partner as a doormat?