Dating Violence: Dating Violence Quizzes

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iStock_000015288992SmallQuiz #1

Take this quiz to help figure out if you’re behaving violently in your relationship.

Read statements 1-8 and think about your answers.

  1. I get very angry when I see my girlfriend/boyfriend talking to, spending time with, hugging, texting, or social networking with another person.
  2. I need to know where my girlfriend/boyfriend is most (or all) of the time.
  3. Calling and texting my girlfriend/boyfriend all day long shows them how much I care about them.
  4. I feel guilty or ashamed about how I angry I become with my girlfriend/boyfriend.
  5. I’ve pushed, slapped, or hit my girlfriend/boyfriend when we were fighting.
  6. I have strong preferences about what my girlfriend/boyfriend wears.
  7. My girlfriend/boyfriend gets me so angry that I sometimes feel out of control.
  8. I’m concerned about the way I treat my girlfriend/boyfriend.

If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions it’s possible that you’ve been behaving abusively towards your partner. It’s important to get help now to stop the cycle of dating violence.

Quiz #2

Take this quiz to help figure out if you’re experiencing abuse in your relationship.

Read statements 1-8 and think about your answers.

  1. I’m scared of talking to/spending time with, or hugging other people because my girlfriend/boyfriend may get angry.
  2. I have to check in with my girlfriend/boyfriend about where I’m going or they will get angry.
  3. My girlfriend/boyfriend calls and texts me all day long and gets angry if I don’t respond.
  4. I feel embarrassed about how my girlfriend/boyfriend treats me.
  5. My girlfriend/boyfriend has pushed, slapped, or hit me when we were fighting.
  6. My girlfriend/boyfriend likes to choose what I wear.
  7. My girlfriend/boyfriend has said things such as, “Why do you make me so angry” or “Why do you make me treat you this way” when we’re fighting.
  8. I’m fearful of my girlfriend/boyfriend and worry about ending the relationship.
If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions it’s possible that you have experienced some dating violence in your relationship. It’s important to get help now to stop the cycle of dating violence.