Sometimes the only thing blocking us from finding and keeping a soulmate is, US. Yes, we can get in our own way when we lose confidence in men and ourselves. This quiz is designed to help you determine if you are your own worst enemy.
1. I reject romance and affection. Roses, candle light dinners, love clichés, and Valentine’s day are a joke to me. I don’t really believe anyone can love like that. And if they do, it isn't sincere.
2. If I'm dating a guy, I need access (passwords) to his phone and social media profiles; he's not allowed to have female friends; he has to check in, to let me know where he is, who he's with, and what he's doing.
I believe that everyone I love, eventually leaves me, so there's no point in falling in love.
I intentionally leave or abandon other people before they get a chance to leave me. That way, I'll never get disappointed.
I’m very independent. I refuse to depend on anyone for anything because needing people makes you vulnerable and showing vulnerability gives people a license to hurt you.
I am very needy. I need to be with my man 24/7. If people aren't spending time with me or taking care of me, that means they don't love me.
I rarely open up and share my feelings in close relationships. I'm afraid to let anyone get to know the real me.
I find myself angry, sad, or depressed for no reason. I have been known to lash out when you least expect it.
I feel attacked when I get negative feedback, so I "fight" back. I've been called defensive on several occasions.
I can be unforgiving. I hold on to grudges..... forever
The thought of someone else being in charge is terrifying. I get anxious when I'm not "driving." But if they must drive, I micromanage them.
What is your marital status?
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