Here are some quizzes you can take to gain insight about yourself and your relationships.
Are you in a difficult relationship?
Are you a victim of toxic Christian relationship beliefs?
Are you codependent?
Are you an adult child of a dysfunctional family?
Are you in an abusive relationship?
Do you have low self-esteem?
Are you in a difficult relationship? That might seem like an obvious question, but isn’t. One of the things people do when they are in one is to doubt themselves. You may tell yourself it isn’t that bad, that you overreact, that it is normal, or that it is just a stage. You may focus on the things you do wrong and ignore the other person’s responsibilities. You may believe that the problems are there because you haven’t yet figured out how to fix them. Taking the difficult relationship quiz will give you feedback that will allow you to settle the question once and for all.
Are you a victim of toxic Christian relationship beliefs? There are many common scriptural misunderstandings Christians have that cause them to respond in unhealthy ways in their relationships. This is magnified when you are in a difficult relationship and presented with complicated dilemmas about what to do and not do. It is harder to be a Christian in a difficult relationship than a non-Christian because you have to struggle with how to apply scriptural truths. Take this quiz to find out if you are affected by toxic Christian relationship beliefs.
Are you codependent? Some people dislike being labeled “codependent” but there are benefits to knowing that your behavior fits a pattern. It will allow you to get insight into yourself and understand what you do and why. It will give you ideas on how to change patterns that you might be struggling with. Labels are functional. They give you valuable feedback that can be used to change your behavior. Take this codependency quiz and find out whether your behavior falls into this category.
Are you an adult child of a dysfunctional family? You may already know that your family was dysfunctional, but do you know how you have been affected? Children that grow up in families with problems, regardless of whether there is an addiction, mental illness, irresponsibility, anger, abuse, abandonment, etc., have similar problems as adults. It is helpful to know if you fit that pattern as a result of your childhood experiences. Take this adult child of a dysfunctional family quiz to find out.
Are you in an abusive relationship? Some abuse is obvious and some is subtle. Abusers deny they are abusive. As a result, you may not know or may doubt that you are in an abusive relationship. It is very important that you know if it is just general dysfunction or abuse. You need to know the seriousness of the problems and recognize that abuse affects you in very specific ways. You also need to know that you will need to be empowered so that you can be strong enough to say “NO” to the abuse. The first step is taking the abusive relationship quiz to get the validation you need.
Do you have low self-esteem? “Esteem” means to estimate value. When you have low self-esteem, you value yourself poorly. This leads to all kinds of problems in your life and relationships. God doesn’t want you to undervalue yourself. He doesn’t! He loved you enough to send his Son to die for you, paying the highest cost possible. Find out if you fall into this destructive pattern of behavior. That valuable feedback will help you know that you need to focus on learning how to value yourself like God wants you to. Take the low self-esteem quiz now.