The Game of Intimacy Quiz
Welcome to our Game of Intimacy Quiz from The Alchemy of We. We care about your relationship.
To get the most helpful feedback in this assessment, answer honestly, how you WOULD currently behave, not how you ideally think you SHOULD behave.
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True or False: Sex is the primary engine that drives a relationship.
Which of these behaviors is a bid for connection?
Making fun of your partner for doing something silly.
Yelling at your partner when you're feeling upset..
Asking your partner to hold you when you're feeling sad.
Showing up at your partner's work unexpectedly with a gift or surprise.
None of the above
All of the above
When you and your partner are having a misunderstanding, what are you most likely to do/say?
Try to point out what they're missing and clarify what they're getting wrong so they can understand better.
Assure them it's okay, whatever it is, and make an effort to move on because it's really not a big deal.
Tell them how you're feeling and begin to ask questions to get a better understanding of their perspective.
Begin to offer ways to solve the situation to be helpful and alleviate further stress.
Which of these responses is considered "setting a healthy boundary"
Staying silent when your partner is upset and waiting until they've figured out what they've done to hurt you and apologized.
"I'm feeling scared and overwhelmed. If you continue to yell at me, I'll leave the room until you've calmed down."
"It's unacceptable to flirt with the clerk at the store and I feel embarrassed when you do. Never do that again."
"If you don't stop talking to your ex, I'll never speak to you again."
Conflict in relationship is:
Ideally non-existent in a healthy relationship.
A sign that something is wrong in the relationship and needs to be fixed.
Something to be avoided at all costs.
A way of showing passionate love and as long as you both get over it, it's normal.
Assuming there isn't physical or emotional abuse happening, it's healthy and normal.
All of the above
Intimacy comes from...
Sharing ideas about life and purpose.
Having sex often and with lots of eye contact.
Communications about needs and expectations.
Sharing your life experiences in an emotionally vulnerable way.
Regularly appreciating my partner is:
A smart thing to do if it will get you something in return.
Builds trust and respect for them as a person and opens you up to connect with them more often.
Dangerous to a healthy relationship because it runs the risk of setting unrealistic expectations.
Is a nice thing to do when it comes up naturally.
True or False: It's unhealthy to talk about breaking up while in a relationship.
A conscious relationship is one that includes:
Lot's of free and open connections with others without any negative feelings.
A very strong commitment to another person that includes sacrificing connecting with others.
Open communication about conflict, intimacy, desire, without an attachment to do anything about it.
Eliminating conflict and creating regular and consistent peace in the space and time together.
The frequent and regular naming of resentments and expectations for unmet needs.
Standards in a relationship are:
Critical to creating safety together.
Important to measure against your past relationships.
Must be high because having low standards would indicate you have low self-worth.
Must be low because having high standards would set the expectation that I'll never be able to attain.
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