What Are You Too Afraid To Ask Your Partner For?

You might be missing out on one of the most beautiful parts of companionship just because you were too afraid to ask for it. Take this quiz to find out what that is.

Question 1/10

Do you hold hands in public?
Yes, most of the time
Yes, some of the time
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Question 2/10

How long have you been together?
Less than a year
1-3 years
4-10 years
10 years or more
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Question 3/10

Are you married?
No, but I am engaged
No, but I want to be
No, and I do not want to be
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Do you have children?
Yes, with my partner
Yes, with somebody else
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Question 5/10

You come from...
The same background
Different backgrounds
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Question 6/10

How often do you participate in recreational activities together?
A few times a week
Less often than that
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Question 7/10

Who initiated your last kiss?
I did
They did
It was mutual
It was routine
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Question 8/10

What lies at the root of the majority of your disagreements?
Something else
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Question 9/10

On a scale of 1-5 with 5 being "very satisfied", how satisfied are you with your relationship
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Question 10/10

Do you love them more than when you first met?
Yes, our love has grown
No, our love has dimished
Our love has remained the same
Right now, you want to spend your leisure time with your partner, but if they continue to exclude you from their favorite recreational activities, you will eventually exclude them from yours. Sooner or later, you won't want to be with them because you will have much more fun without them. Don't wait until that happens to you. While you are still in love, plan to spend your most enjoyable time with each other because your love for each other is one of the most important things you have in life. You are too afraid to ask your partner for recreational companionship. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

Recreational Companionship

Conversation is not just a means to an end, it is also the end itself. Cnversation in a relationship does more than help us communicate and solve problems, it also meets one of our most important emotional needs -- the need to talk to someone. When you learn to meet that need for your partner, it can deposit more love units than anything else you do. You are too afraid to ask your partner for meaningful conversation. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

Meaningful Conversation

Many of us have a deep desire to be respected, valued and appreciated by our partners. We need to be affirmed clearly and often. There's nothing wrong with that. Admiration is one of the easiest needs to meet. Just a word of appreciation, and presto, you've made someone's day. On the other hand, it's also easy to be critical. A trivial word of rebuke can set some people on their heels, ruining their day and withdrawing love units at an alarming rate. Your partner may have the power to build up or deplete his or her account in your Love Bank with just a few words of admiration or criticism. If you are affected that easily, be sure to add admiration to your list of important emotional needs. You are too afraid to ask your partner for admiration. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.


The arrival of children may create in you the need for your partner to become active in the moral and educational development of the children.That need is family commitment. As is true for the need for financial and domestic support, if you do not have any children just yet, you may not sense this need. But upon their arrival, a change may take place that you didn't anticipate. Let's face it, raising a family is difficult, and nobody wants to feel as if they are doing it alone. You are too afraid to ask your partner for family commitment. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

Family Commitment

It is a blessing to be loved by another, but their is a fine line between feeling admired and feeling smothered. In fact you secretly crave some space to be with just yourself and to grow and develop as an individual. You are too afraid to ask your partner for the space to be yourself. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

The Space To Be Yourself

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