Would You Be a Good Wife or Husband?
Check all that apply to you or that you agree with.
You are quite unselfish. You are able to put your needs last in a relationship.
You notice when someone does something small for you, and you make sure to say "thank you."
You are independent, but you are also able to let someone play a big role in your life.
You are good at sharing your time, possessions, and money.
You manage responsibility well. You take on a lot of responsibility but not too much.
You are willing to put a spouse first, in front of any other friends or family members.
You are able to lose a fight to save your relationship.
You are able to ignore the little personal habits of others that get on your nerves.
You have demonstrated that you can devise a reasonable budget and stick to it.
You do what needs to be done without being asked. No one has to nag you.
If the romance in a relationship is dying, you don't sulk. You try to get it going again.
You don't discuss your relationship problems with your friends. You keep your relationship issues private.
You don't go to bed angry. You are able to put differences aside and say "good night".
When you are stressed out, you are able to talk about it instead of retreating.
You have a good sense of humor. You can laugh at adversity.
You have at least a few close friends, and you know how to be a good friend.
You find it easy to forgive. You don't carry grudges.
You are careful with your words. You refrain from criticizing, complaining, and gossiping.
You don't enter relationships with unrealistic expectations. It's easy for you to accept people as they are.
You are a trusting person. You are willing to give someone the benefit of the doubt, even when you're feeling a little suspicious.
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