Want to take stock of your relationship? Take a marriage quiz. Some of the quizzes on this page are free. Some are available for a nominal fee.
The marriage and relationship tests available on this page can help you sort out what is going well and what needs work in your relationship.
The Marriage Quiz
This questionnaire focuses on eight dimensions of a healthy, well-connected marriage, namely trust, partnership, support, togetherness, emotional intimacy, warmth/affection, chemistry, and conflict management. It highlights those dimensions that are currently strengths in your relationship and those that may be work areas.
Experiences in Close Relationships - Relationship Structures
This quiz, based on the Experiences in Close Relationships - Relationship Structures assessment developed by R. Chris Fraley at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, is intended to help you explore and better understand your patterns of attachment in various close relationships (i.e. your attachment style, based on attachment theory), including your relationship with your spouse or romantic partner, as well as your relationships with your mother (or mother-figure) and father (or father-figure). This assessment can yield some very helpful insights about how you relate to the people closest to you, and can help you better understand how your patterns of attachment to your parents (i.e. your primary attachment figures earlier in life) correlate to your attachment style with your spouse or partner (i.e. your primary attachment figure now).
Relationship Quiz - Marital Friendship
This quiz, published by The Gottman Institute, helps assess how well you know your partner, an important measure of marital friendship.
The Five Love Languages Quiz
This quiz, by Dr. Gary Chapman, author of the book The Five Love Languages, helps you to assess your personal love language(s).
These questionnaires are for your personal use only. They are not meant to be diagnostic or to offer professional advice or guidance. If you have questions about the health of your relationship, please seek out the advice of a qualified professional.
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