The Commitment Compatibility Quiz Find out your compatibility with marriage and commitment by taking this quiz! remus2009 published on October 311 response 0 « Previous Next » Questions in vertical order 1/12 Which statement best describes your views on long-term commitment? I am open to commitment, but need to feel secure and have the freedom to pursue personal goals. Commitment is not a priority for me. I prefer to live life without any long-term commitments. I believe in lifelong commitment and will do whatever it takes to make my relationship work. I am cautious about commitment, but I am willing to work on it as long as I feel loved and valued. 2/12 How important is communication in a committed relationship? I don't find it necessary to communicate my feelings and thoughts with my partner. Good communication is important, but it should not be the sole focus of a committed relationship. I believe open and honest communication is crucial for a successful marriage/commitment. Communication is important, but I struggle with expressing myself effectively. 3/12 What are your thoughts on compromise and sacrificing for your partner? I believe in a balanced approach, where both partners are willing to compromise and make sacrifices. I value my independence and personal freedom. I prefer not to compromise or sacrifice for my partner. I am willing to make sacrifices and compromise for the sake of my partner and the relationship. I find it difficult to sacrifice or compromise, but I recognize its importance in a committed relationship. 4/12 How important is trust and fidelity in a committed relationship? Trust is important, but a little flexibility can be allowed when it comes to fidelity. Trust is vital, but I struggle with trust issues and it affects my ability to fully commit. Trust and fidelity are non-negotiable for me in any committed relationship. I don't believe in being confined by the traditional notions of trust and fidelity. 5/12 What do you think is the main purpose of marriage/commitment? I don't see any particular purpose in marriage/commitment. It can limit personal freedom. Marriage/Commitment allows for companionship and support in life's ups and downs. Marriage/Commitment can be a way to provide security and stability in an uncertain world. Marriage/Commitment provides the foundation for a lifelong partnership and growth together. 6/12 How comfortable are you with vulnerability and sharing your fears and insecurities? I am cautious about being vulnerable, as I fear it could lead to getting hurt or taken advantage of. I find it difficult to be vulnerable and express my fears and insecurities with my partner. I am completely comfortable being vulnerable and sharing my deepest fears and insecurities. I am open to being vulnerable and sharing, but I prefer to take things slow and build trust first. 7/12 How important is romance and keeping the spark alive in a committed relationship? Romance and keeping the spark alive are essential for a fulfilling committed relationship. I don't prioritize romance and believe it's unnecessary for a committed partnership. Romance is important, but it should not be the sole focus of a committed relationship. I understand the importance of romance, but I struggle to express it in meaningful ways. 8/12 What role does independence play in a committed relationship? I prioritize my independence and tend to keep a certain level of emotional distance in relationships. I struggle with finding a balance between independence and commitment in a relationship. Individual independence is valuable, and partners should support each other's personal growth. Independence is important, but it should not overshadow the commitment to the relationship. 9/12 How important is it to have shared values and goals in a committed relationship? Shared values and goals are important, but I struggle to find someone who aligns with mine. I don't see the need for shared values and goals. Differences can bring excitement and growth. Shared values and goals create a strong foundation for a successful committed relationship. While some shared values and goals are important, individuality should also be celebrated. 10/12 How comfortable are you with commitment milestones like moving in together or marriage? I am hesitant about commitment milestones and need reassurance before taking the next step. I am not interested in commitment milestones. They can restrict personal freedom and flexibility. I am open to commitment milestones, but I prefer to take things at a comfortable and steady pace. I am enthusiastic and ready to embrace commitment milestones whenever the timing feels right. 11/12 What level of effort are you willing to put into maintaining a committed relationship? I believe both partners should contribute equally to the effort required in a committed relationship. I am fully committed and willing to put in a lot of effort to maintain a healthy and happy relationship. I want to put effort into a committed relationship, but I sometimes struggle with consistency. I prefer a low-maintenance relationship where minimal effort is required to keep things going smoothly. 12/12 How do you handle conflicts or disagreements in a committed relationship? Handling conflicts requires a balance between assertiveness and willingness to understand each other. Conflicts make me question the relationship, and I struggle to find a healthy resolution. I tend to avoid conflicts and disagreements to maintain a harmonious environment. I believe in open and respectful communication to resolve conflicts and find compromises.