Relationship Trust Quiz
Research suggests that trust is an essential ingredient to a healthy relationship, but we all know how hard it can be to sustain.
The quiz below measures how trusting you are. It is based on a "trust scale" developed by psychologists at the University of Waterloo in Canada. Think of someone with whom you have a close relationship, then answer as honestly as possible about how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements.
When you’re done, you'll learn how trusting you are and find resources for fostering more trust in your relationship.
Any responses submitted here will never be shared with any organization outside the Greater Good Science Center under any circumstances, ever. All responses are anonymized and only used in aggregate for evaluation purposes.
Source: Rempel, J.K., Holmes, J.G. & Zanna, M.P. (1985). “Trust in Close Relationships.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 49 (1), 95-112.
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This quiz will help you identify how much you trust yourself vs. how much you doubt yourself. Give yourself a score of 0-5 for each question, where 0 means it doesn’t apply at all, and 5 means that it is often troublesome to you.
- Do you berate yourself for having strong feelings? (anger, fear, loneliness, anxiety, sadness, etc.) whether or not you show them to others?
- Do you worry there is something secretly wrong with you, even if you don’t know what it might be?
- Do you often sacrifice your own needs for others?
- Do you doubt that you are as capable or as “good” as others think you are?
- Do you hide your mistakes—or minimize them?
- Do you feel out of control about food, spending, drugs or alcohol, but are too ashamed or afraid of failure to seek guidance?
- Do you think “I’m probably being selfish” when you consider asking others for a fair share of work or money, or extra help in times of stress?
- Do you believe that others are more open and honest about what they think and feel?
- Do you long to do something big (write a book, go to school, change your lifestyle) but seldom speak of it or explore what it would take to proceed?
- Are you afraid you are failing this questionnaire?
SCORING: This questionnaire points to areas you might want to strengthen.
31-50 Distrust of yourself is destroying your self-confidence.
20-30 Shows honest self-doubt; you could use more confidence
10-19 You are more independent and self-confident than most.
0-9 You are independent and self-confident.
This quiz was taken from Cynthia Wall’s book The Courage To Trust. She says that to say “I trust myself” means that you consistently take care of your own needs, and watch out for your safety, and are a loving force in your life, Wall says that to do all of that requires a combination of the following beliefs:
- “I know what I am thinking and feeling, and I can express it thoughtfully.”
- “I follow an ethical code that sustains me, even though it is difficult at times.”
- “I know when it is my job to take care of myself first, then to reach out to care for others.”
- “Mistakes are often the best lessons. I can’t avoid them, but I can pick myself up and try again.”
- “I listen to all opinions and then decide for myself without needing to be right.”
- “I know what I want and go for it in ways that don’t limit others from the same.”
Self trust means opening to a bigger definition of who you are and what you are capable of doing. It’s about knowing you can count on yourself, that you’re on your side—not against anyone else, but friendly to you, knowing that if you say you’re going to do something (or not do something) that you can and will keep that promise to yourself and others. That—and acting upon your goals, rather than just hoping things work out is a vital part of being able to trust yourself.
How Much Do You Really Trust Yourself?
If you were frequently shamed, betrayed, or suffered significant loss as a child, you may have difficulty knowing when to trust your own feelings. This often causes simple misunderstandings to flood you with self-doubt. Changing old beliefs that undermine your self-confidence is a necessary step toward developing more self-trust.
Take the following quiz to find out how you balance self-doubt and self-trust. Give yourself a score of 0 to 5 for each statement. 0 means it doesn't apply at all, and 5 reflects a thought or feeling that affects you often enough to be troublesome.
____ I often sacrifice my own needs for others.
____ I feel ashamed when I have strong reactions like anger, fear, and depression.
____ I worry there is something wrong with me, even if I don't know what it is.
____ I am not as capable or "good" as others think I am.
____ I play down my mistakes, fearing others will think less of me.
____ I get of control about food, spending, drugs, or alcohol, but too ashamed to seek help.
____ I feel selfish if I notice others not contributing their truly fair share of work or money.
____ I believe that others are more open and honest about what they think and feel.
____ I long to do something big, maybe write a book, go back to school, or live in another country, but can't speak of it or seriously explore how to proceed.
____ I am afraid of failing this quiz.
This quiz points to aspects of self-confidence you may want to strengthen or change in some way. It is not another means to fail! Wait a month and take it again. You will be surprised how much just taking this quiz can boost your self-trust. Here are what the numbers mean:
31-50 Distrust of yourself is destroying your self-confidence.
20-30 Indicates a level of honest self-doubt. More confidence would be nice.
0-19 You are
Do you believe in yourself? Do you give yourself the credit you deserve? Self-esteem is an integral part of personal happiness, fulfilling relationships and achievement. This test is designed to evaluate your general level of self-esteem and determine whether you need to work on your self-image. Take this self-esteem test to find out your true sense of self.
Examine the following statements and indicate how often or to what degree you agree with them. In order to receive the most accurate results, please answer each question as honestly as possible.
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This test is intended for informational and entertainment purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional diagnosis or for the treatment of any health condition. If you would like to seek the advice of a licensed mental health professional you can search Psychology Today's directory here.
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