How to know if your partner really loves you and feel same way you feel
Actions speak a lot louder than words. Your partner may tell you that they love you a lot, and can’t imagine what they would do without you. But how true is that really? In love, it’s not the big soppy moments that really count. It’s on those crappy and ecstatic moments when love really shows its true shade. Aren’t convinced about your lover’s true shade of love?
Take this quiz to find out if you really are being loved. Does the love of your life feel the same way about you?
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- On one of those days when you get into an argument, your mate:
Apologizes sometimes, only if you apologize first.
Walks away, slams doors, or gets violent.
Apologizes. Irrespective of whose fault it is, the argument is closed and then, explanations are made.
- When your sibling is sick and needs you to help around, your mate tells you:
To go soon, and make sure they’re fine.
Not to go. Because they wouldn’t have been there for you either.
To let someone else go. You’ve got better things to do on a weekend than worry about someone who’s feigning sickness.
- Over the past few months, has your lover’s attitude changed?
Your mate tries everything possible to try and warm things up whenever possible.
Your mate realizes that something feels wrong, and wants things to get better soon.
Yep, your sweetheart talks more to their friends, and prefers to sit by themselves.
- On holidays and weekends, your true love:
Spends as much time as possible with you.
Meets friends and if possible, spends some time with you in the evening.
Finishes any overdue work, and sits down to catch up on television.
- One Sunday afternoon, while your lover is watching a movie they badly wanted to catch on the telly, if an emergency comes up and you need your mate’s assistance to complete it. Your flame:
Helps you, but nags about being called away the whole while.
Comes right away to help you, grins sheepishly a bit, and comments once about how cutely irritating you can be.
Asks you to try working it out yourself.
- If you feel threatened by your mate’s friend who’s quite hot, and you voice your thoughts to your mate. He/she:
Tells you not to worry, and mentions that no one is more important than you to them.
Explains clearly about their bond and answers all your questions clearly.
Tells you so stop acting childish.
- You come home from work with good tidings, and announce to your mate that you’ve got a major promotion. Your lover:
Congratulates you and talks about how hard it is for them to get a promotion, even though they work so hard.
Smiles, and then distances themselves from you for a while, blaming it on a hectic day.
Kisses you and asks you to take him/her out for dinner so you can talk more about it.
- When you hint that you’re in the mood to get intimate, your bed mate:
Agrees at times, but is distracted while making love.
Declines the offer by giving a convincing excuse.
Responds positively and jumps on you.
- You want to buy a new gizmo or a new piece of furniture. When you ask your mate for an input:
Tells you to pick it up if you want to. Anyways, they’re never going to use it.
Your mate listens, but usually tells you to figure it out yourself because they can’t understand your stuff.
They sit down with you and try finding the best option, even if your mate is quite bad at it.
- On special occasions, your ‘precious’ wishes you by:
With a card or a regular gift.
What special occasions? My mate doesn’t believe in ‘unhealthy and excessive’ show of love.
Taking you to a special place, or showering you with love.
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