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I often worry that my partner will stop loving me.
I find it easy to be affectionate with my partner.
I fear that once someone gets to know the real me, s/he wont like who I am.
I find that I bounce back quickly after a breakup. It’s weird how I can just put someone out of my mind.
When I’m not involved in a relationship, I feel somewhat anxious and incomplete.
I find it difficult to emotionally support my partner when s/he is feeling down.
When my partner is away, I’m afraid that s/he might become interested in someone else.
I feel comfortable depending on romantic partners.
My independence is more important to me than my relationships.
I prefer not to share my innermost feelings with my partner.
When I show my partner how I feel. I’m afraid s/he will not feel the same about me.
I am generally satisfied with my romantic relationships.
I don’t feel the need to act out much in my romantic relationships.
I think about my relationships a lot.
I find it difficult to depend on romantic partners.
I tend to get very quickly attached to a romantic partner.
I have little difficulty expressing my needs and wants to my partner.
I sometimes feel angry or annoyed with my partner without knowing why.
I am very sensitive to my partner's moods.
I believe most people are essentially honest and dependable.
I prefer casual sex with uncommitted partners to intimate sex with one person.
I’m comfortable sharing my personal thoughts and feelings with my partner.
I worry that if my partner leaves me I might never find someone else.
It makes me nervous when my partner gets too close.
During a conflict, I tend to impulsively do or say things I later regret, rather than be able to reason about things.
An argument with my partner doesn’t usually cause me to question our entire relationship.
My partners often want me to be more intimate than I feel comfortable being.
I worry that I’m not attractive enough.
Sometimes people see me as boring because I create little drama in relationships.
I miss my partner when we’re apart, but then when we're together I feel the need to escape.
When I disagree with someone, I feel comfortable expressing my opinions.
I hate feeling that other people depend on me.
If I notice that someone I’m interested in is checking out other people, I don’t let it faze me. I might feel a pang of jealousy, but it’s fleeting.
If I notice that someone I’m interested in is checking out other people, I feel relieved—it means s/he’s not looking to make things exclusive.
If I notice that someone I’m interested in Is checking out other people, it makes me feel depressed.
If someone I’ve been dating begins to act cold and distant, I may wonder what’s happened, but I’ll know it’s probably not about me.
If someone I've been dating begins to act cold and distant, I’ll probably be indifferent; I might even be relieved.
If someone I’ve been dating begins to act cold and distant, I’ll worry that I’ve done something wrong.
If my partner was to break up with me, I’d try my best to show her/him what s/he is missing (a little jealousy can’t hurt).
If someone I’ve been dating for several months tells me s/he wants to stop seeing me. I’d feel hurt at first, but I'd get over it.
Sometimes when I get what I want in a relationship. I’m not sure what I want anymore.
I won’t have much of a problem staying in touch with my ex (strictly platonic)—after all, we have a lot in common.
How would you rate your level of overall sexual satisfaction with your spouse?
I wish my spouse and I would have sex:
My partner and I have sex HOW (position, fast, slow, sexual activity) I want to:
My mate and I have sex WHEN I want to (at night before bed, in the morning, at noon):
My spouse and I have sex WHERE I want to (on the bed, on kitchen counter, in the tub, on a chair):
My partner and I have sex in the kind of environment that I like (lights on, lights off, dimmed lights, romantic setting, quiet, outdoors, in the car, very private area, where we can get caught):
My spouse is sexually satisfied with me:
I feel that our sex life has the potential for improvement. (Do you agree with this?)
Has your spouse ever fulfilled your greatest sexual desire?
How sexually attractive do you find your spouse? (5 being highest and 1 being lowest)
How sexually attractive do you think you are to your spouse?
Are you satisfied with your marital sex life?
I am likely to give to someone else before I give to myself
I apologize and say “Iʼm sorry” when I think people might be upset with me
I try to fix other people's problems
I struggle to live up to my potential in work and career
I tend to feel resentful and take things personally
I have hidden thoughts or behaviors that I donʼt want people to know about
I hold back my feelings
I struggle to find my passion and purpose in life
I seek approval.
I am less than completely honest
I am uncomfortable when people express strong feelings
Procrastination and/or finishing things I start is a problem for me
I feel frustrated with my sex life
I feel like I give more than I get
I have a tendency to settle
I try to follow the rules and do it right
I avoid conflict.
I have difficulty approaching and talking to people I find attractive
I am more analytical than feeling
I tolerate things that feel bad to me
I have difficulty asking for help
I avoid situations and things that make me anxious
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