Test for Jealousy

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Do you feel anxious when your partner spends time with others without you? Do you worry that your partner will leave you if someone else flirts with them? Do you expect your partner to explain all their plans to you?

Take this quiz to see if you are struggling with a level of jealousy that you need help with.

It's free, quick, confidential, and scientifically validated.

Click the button that most reflects you, your feelings, and behaviour.
1. Have you ever suspected that your friends want to hit on your partner?
2. Have you ever created a fake social media account to spy on or test your partner’s loyalty?
3. How often do you check up on your partner?
4. How would you react if your partner left you on read?
5. What would you do if your significant other went on a solo trip?
6. How do you feel when your partner spends time with others while you’re not with them?
7. Do you question your partner’s friendships?
8. How would you describe your relationship with your partner’s friends?
9. Do you think your partner compliments other people to make you jealous?
10. Do you jokingly suggest that your partner might cheat on you?
11. What would your partner do if someone flirted with them?
12. Should your partner explain all their plans and routines to you in detail?
13. Do you often feel like you should compete with others to win your partner over?
14. Do you think your partner’s style or behaviour is suggestive?
15. What might trigger your jealousy?
16. What do you do when you’re jealous of your significant other?
17. How would you feel if you found out that your partner had cheated on you?
18. On a scale of 0 to 5, how much do you trust your partner? (5 means you trust them with heart).
19. You caught your partner flirting with someone. What now?
20. Do you check your partner’s phone without their consent?
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References: Pfeiffer, S. M., & Wong, P. T. P. (1989). Multidimensional Jealousy Scale (MJS) 

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