Welcome to the Marriage Quiz, a relationship self-help test that assesses eight important dimensions of a healthy relationship.
Developed by Dr. Nathan Cobb, the Marriage Quiz is a 144-item, paper-and-pencil, self-report questionnaire designed to help couples increase their awareness of their relationship strengths and work areas. It consists of 16-pages, including instructions for scoring and interpretation, as well as exercises that help you and your spouse discuss how you each responded to the items, and to identify ways that your relationship can be strengthened. Join thousands of people who have already downloaded the Marriage Quiz to help them improve their marriage.
A strong marriage is based on a foundation of trust, love and respect, mutual friendship, and the ability to successfully handle the inevitable differences that occur when two people unite their lives. When your relationship is suffering, however, it can be difficult to gauge where, precisely, the problems lie and what to do about them. Completing the Marriage Quiz with your spouse is a good first step in raising awareness of where to begin the work of improvement.
The Marriage Quiz highlights which of these dimensions are currently strengths in your relationship and which ones may be work areas. It is designed to facilitate discussion between you and your partner and to aid you as work toward improving specific aspects of your relationship.
If you would like to take a look at part of the Marriage Quiz to see if it might be right for you, click here to download a free sample showing one of the eight dimensions, specifically conflict management.
Otherwise, please click on the "Add to Card" button to download the full version to your computer for your Personal Use.
If you are in the helping professions and are interested in offering the Marriage Quiz to your clients, please feel free to purchase a Professional Use License, as outlined below.
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