Am I in an Unhealthy Relationship?
The Center • A Place of HOPE specializes in the treatment and healing of relationships — spousal, family, parent/child, and life partners. This quiz is designed to help you detect some of the warning signs that may indicate you have notable problems in your relationship that need attention. If you’re single, take the most recent or most serious relationship you have had. Answer as honestly as you can. The first step toward changing your love life is facing what isn’t working.
Answer as honestly as you can. You may not like admitting some of this to yourself, but facing it is the first step toward changing it. And remember, you have a much better chance of staying in love by being aware of the warning signs than you do by ignoring them.
If you or a loved one is struggling with an important life relationship and you feel there is no way to fix it, we care and we can help. Call today at 1-888-771-5166 / 425-771-5166 to speak to a trained relationship therapist. We will answer all of your questions and explain what an individualized treatment program can look like for you. Your call is free and confidential.
|1) You are critical of your partner out loud or to yourself.|
|2) You feel a drive to do things without your partner, a craving for your own space.|
|3) You find yourself looking at or being attracted to other member of the opposite sex.|
|4) You avoid having sex or intimacy with your partner, you don’t seem to find the time or be in the right mood (headache, tired, etc.)|
|5) You find yourself unable to forgive certain things your partner has done in the course of the relationship, and still feel angry or upset when you think of these things.|
|6) You stay home a lot with your partner because neither of you makes plans for social activities out together.|
|7) You feel a nostalgia for the past, remembering the beginning of your relationship as a happier time, or remembering other relationships prior to this one as being more exciting.|
|8) You spend most of your time with friends or in activities that do not involve your partner.|
|9) You do not share your feelings or observations with your partner because you feel he or she wont understand.|
|10) You have some form of addiction that causes you to become numb to your feelings: drinking alcohol, using drugs or tranquilizers, overeating etc.|
|11) You and your partner don’t take the initiative to plan or spend romantic time together.|
|12) If you have children, you and your partner spend most alone talking about the children. When you are together as a family, you pay more attention to the children than you do to each other.|
|13) You have a best friend with whom you share important feelings that you don’t share with your partner. You feel closer to this person in many ways than you do to your partner, and feel he or she understands you in ways your partner does not.|
We encourage you to visit with our team of professionals regarding the relationship treatment services you need. You may reach us by filling out the form above or by calling 1-888-771-5166 / 425-771-5166. Financing is available.
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