Relationship Behaviour Types Quiz

Do you know why you behave a certain way in your relationships?

Relationship Behaviour Types are a fascinating insight into how people interact with each other. Below are the 12 relationship behaviour types. Take the short quiz to find your relationship behaviour type.

Balanced

co-operation, consideration, communication, kindness, compassion, friendship, doesn’t need to win or denigrate the other.

Team show

co-operation, consideration, communication, kindness, compassion, friendship, doesn’t need to win or denigrate the other.

Attack

co-operation, consideration, communication, kindness, compassion, friendship, doesn’t need to win or denigrate the other.

Boss/Employee

Boss is in charge, writes lists, gives instructions, wants progress reports, proof of contribution, gives permission.

Judge/Accused

Judge always looking for cracks; evidence of wrong doing, constantly picking, insists on evidence, cross examines. Condemned always on trial, has to prove constantly, no reprieve, interrogated.

Companion

Neither want to be alone. A comfortable arrangement, may also be respite in a relationship

Saviour/Saved

One saved the other from themselves. Saviour relishes this status. Saved must always show gratitude.

Star/Stage hand

Star has the limelight – life of the party – everyone loves them. Stage hand is in the background, butt of jokes/put downs, thinks a lot although doesn ‘t say much. Takes care of things in the background.

Professor/student

Professor must be admired from a lofty height, superior, will reiterate their advanced knowledge frequently in many forms. Student seeks advice, is graded, constantly corrected, is in awe of the professor. May become resentful.

Adult/Child

Adult parents the other person. Child cannot be trusted to make a decision, doesn ’t take responsibility.

Company

Business like – compassion, love and friendship not a priority. Together to get ahead. Socially acceptable. Sorting the financial aspects of a relationship.

Poor me/Nag

Poor me: loves an audience feeling sorry for them. Tragic, always has a sob story. Nag: resentful, angry at partner ’ s apathy, pathetic-ness, made to feel responsible for everything.

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