Quiz: How Different Are You?

For each question, answer as honestly as possible by picking one of the options.

Your Age:

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When I tell him about an upcoming social event with my circle of friends...

he eagerly writes it on his calendar or makes a "mental note of it."

he asks if he can invite a few of his friends as well.

he gets jealous, intimates or hints at his disdain for the company I keep.

When he turns on the television...

I sit down and watch with him.

I join him sometimes, but it’s no big deal if I don’t.

we argue, and rarely agree on what to watch.

After my partner and I go to the movies, we...

talk about the movie until late and then again in the morning.

revisit parts of the movie from time to time.

rarely have anything to say to each other about it.

My partner supports my career...


sometimes, though his career clearly comes first.

not much at all, because he doesn’t really understand or care about what I do.

My partner’s religion is...

the same as mine or comparable to what I practice.

different, but neither of us is observant.

different, and we have completely different approaches toward spirituality.

My partner likes to eat...

a similar diet to mine.

a variety of foods, and we enjoy sharing new dishes.

what I consider disgusting and inedible food.

When I read in bed, my partner...

grabs a book and settles in beside me.

cruises the latest news on the Internet, sharing tid-bits with me as he goes.

is upset that I’m not paying enough attention to him.

When we wake up on a Saturday morning and the sun is shining, we’re most likely to

take a morning walk or plan something spontaneous outdoors.

independently work out, but connect later to enjoy a pleasant day together.

go our separate ways.

In the last major election (national, state, or local)...

we supported the same candidate.

we respectfully agreed to disagree.

we stopped talking about politics, since our opposing views are upsetting.

We both have vacation time coming up. We...

plan a week at a resort with some shared and several independent activities.

coordinate an exotic, adventurous, and affordable vacation together.

plan separate trips because the last time we vacationed together he was a drag, and we needed a break from each other.

Nicholas Aretakis, author of Ditching Mr. Wrong: How to End a Bad Relationship and Find Mr. Right.

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