What are you really like towards your date, spouse or partner?
How do you treat the person you most value?
Do you make him/her feel special?
Do you treat them as good as you THINK you do?
How do your actions match your words and intentions?
QUIZ: Test YOUR SENSITIVITY and CARE for your soulmate now!
Select one of the answers to each item as it currently applies to you.
85-100: You are an excellent soulmate. Anyone would be proud - and pleased - to have you in their life. The only danger here is complacency, especially if the partnership has been a long one. If your partner is like you too, that would be almost a match made in heaven!
69-84: This should be a very happy and stable partnership. You are satisfied without being too ecstatic. You are obviously attuned to your partner's needs as much as possible, and you clearly support and value him/her.
49-68: Most partners are in this category leading satisfactory lives without being earth-shaking, with some dissatisfaction lurking under the surface. You need to be more sensitive to your partner's needs if you want him/her to be attentive to yours. Your relationship definitely needs a little more work on your part to keep the excitement and interest alive while helping you both to thrive.
31-48: This would be a problematic relationship. There would be lots of dissatisfaction on both sides because you are not really being sensitive to your partners needs. You need to focus on your relationship much more if you expect it to serve you better. Trouble is certainly looming if it hasn't arrived yet!
15-30: This relationship is floundering, if it isn't already dead! Too much unhappiness and resentment exist between you which are blocking any degree of mutual satisfaction. You are already switched off from his needs and are not even trying anymore. If your situation isn't addressed soon, it could spell the end of the relationship. Dialogue and/or counselling are essential now.
0-14: This is a dead relationship lacking the three key things to hold it together: value, reciprocity and respect. Don't even mention happiness or satisfaction because they just don't exist here. Time to get out and start over?
What should I do if my score is not as expected?