There's a lot to learn about love and relationships. How does anyone know if they're doing it right? Maybe you have your parents to guide you or other examples of really healthy and functioning relationships. But maybe you don't! What, are you just supposed to figure this stuff out all on your own? You definitely can, but there's a better way. Turn on the TV! With all the different shows, people and characters that exist today, and ones that you love from years past, you can learn what to do and what not to do in a relationship. Which one fits you the best? Let's find out.
Not all relationships portrayed on TV are the fairytale love stories that you would expect from something that's not real. But that's the thing about television. They know that to bring in an audience and keep an audience, they have to make things relatable. That usually means showing the nitty gritty and not so pleasant parts of a relationship. Maybe after reading this you can even think of TV relationships that sound exactly like that, and maybe even like yours, too. Which one are you? Take this quiz now and we'll tell you which TV relationship you are!
If you were to change your relationship status on Facebook, what would it say?
Are you happy with the way your love life is going?
Do you normally consider your significant other your best friend?
Is there anything that you wouldn't do for love?
What would you say is the number one thing you fight about in relationships?
When you're in a relationship, do you like pet names?
Do you think you need to have important conversations early on in order for a relationship to work?
What would you say is the most important thing to you in a relationship?
Do you think there is a right and wrong way to fight?
If you were to get married, would you have a wedding hashtag for people to use in social media photos?
Are you usually the more organized one in a relationship?
Do you find most television relationships unrealistic?
Who did you honestly think Rory should have ended up with?
If you had to pick a TV relationship that you would most want for your own life, which would it be?
Is there something that attracts you to someone right away?
Do you believe in everlasting love?
What do your potential partners like the most about you?
Would you lie to your partner in order to spare their feelings?
What's the biggest complaint you have about being in love?
Where do most of your relationship insecurities come from?
Is marriage before babies important to you?
Which show has the best overall couples?
Could you ever see yourself ending up alone?
Are you generally the one taking care of people or the one being taken care of?
What's your go-to weekend activity when you're in a relationship?
If you were spending a quiet night at home alone, what you most likely to be doing?
Where do you see your love life in 10 years?
What's the ideal way to meet someone to date?
Would you have done anything differently in your last relationship?
Where's your favorite place to fall asleep?
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