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“Are You Accidentally Destroying Your Love Life?” Quiz

Women often enter into relationships with the best intentions. They just want to experience true love and they try to make that happen in any way they know how. No one intentionally seeks to sabotage their relationship (unless they want to get out of it!), and yet so many women shoot themselves in the foot by behaving in a way that isn’t true to who they really are.

The problem with relationships is that sometimes you can lose yourself in them, especially when you don’t know where you stand with a guy and let yourself get consumed with worries, fears, and doubts. In an attempt to free yourself from these unpleasant feelings, you may unknowingly act in a way that comes across as needy or insecure, the two greatest turn-offs for me.

Maybe you’re afraid of being hurt, or maybe you don’t have a lot of experience with relationships, or maybe you just don’t understand men and how they approach relationships. It’s not your fault. We’ve all been fed a lot of misinformation about love, relationships, and men and it has caused a lot of confusion.

So how do you know if you’re tripping over a self-imposed stumbling block? Take our super quick, super easy quiz and find out if you’re accidentally ruining your chances at finding and experiencing true love.

Note: In order to receive your quiz results, we collect your email at the end of the quiz. Just wanted to give you a heads up so you know what to expect. :)

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Why my boyfriend leave me

Reply September 20, 2020, 10:29 am

tarnya porter

been together 4 10yrs..the idea was come bk to england save then move to be with him 4 good.but everytime we plan it never works n the money saved goes

Reply August 23, 2020, 4:27 am


We are in an LDR for 7 months of the year, where I fly up a few times to spend extended weekends together. The remaining 5 winter months are spent here in the South where we are together most of the week. I don’t see one of us moving to be together more, just maybe visiting more often. Is there such a thing as a permanent LDR and is there anything different that might arise because of it?

Reply August 31, 2019, 2:05 pm


At first we were great at communication, but now it seems we don’t really have anything to talk about after my visit to him, we didn’t have sex. Why (long distance relationship)

Reply July 28, 2017, 6:44 am

Adelina Charley

Confusing why he dont introduce me to his family

Reply February 24, 2017, 7:03 pm


I really like it

Reply April 13, 2016, 2:21 pm

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