What is your Relationship Style?
Have you ever noticed you tend to pick the same type of friends or romantic partners? Psychologists know since the 1950s that this is not a coincidence – but predetermined by the attachment styles that we develop from early on in life. Understanding your attachment style can help you improve your personal relationships and finding better-compatible new friends or partner.
The main attachment styles covered in this test are Anchor, Island and Wave, which psychologists call secure, dismissive-avoidant and anxious-ambivalent attachment styles. Find out what your style is and how it affects your relationships by taking this test.
This questionnaire is focussed on romantic relationships. Please answer the following questions with your current or most recent romantic partner in mind. Examine the following statements and indicate to what degree they are true of you. In order to receive the most accurate results, please answer each question as honestly as possible.
After finishing the test, you will receive a free detailed report with an introduction, a graph and a personalised interpretation for your test scores.