Do I have a Problem with Love Avoidance?
Love Avoidance describes a dysfunctional relationship pattern that some of us repeatedly find ourselves falling into. It describes a pattern in which we find ourselves avoiding real emotional intimacy with our partners through a number of behaviours.
For those of us in a love avoidance or codependency cycle, it can sometimes be extremely difficult to see or admit that there is a problem, especially because these issues can be entangled with intimacy, love, fear and shame.
If you’ve experienced toxic relationships, feel suffocated by your relationship, or have friends and family who have raised concerns about your relationships, this self-assessment may raise some important insights for you.
As you read each of the following statements, take your time to think about the answer before selecting the response which feels right. Only you will see the results of this test, so take this as an opportunity to be completely honest with yourself. Be aware that attempts to minimise or deny behaviours or consequences, even to yourself, may be a symptom of dysfunction.
If you’d rather undertake a free, confidential, tailored assessment over the phone — or would like to discuss your results — our team is available seven days a week on 1800 063 332 or contact us here.
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