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Are you Emotionally Mature enough to sustain a relationship?
Now you can examine your partner/lover/spouse/ex and they way they behave to find out if your relationship really does stand a chance. You've taken the Love test and discovered that you are both attracted to each other. Now discover if you can have a satisfying relationship.

Relationship Rescue Master will help you 

Get Your Ex Back.

The Emotional Maturity test has 63 questions which both of you should answer to find out your and their Emotional Maturity.  This is not a test for you to take for yourself because you cannot assess yourself.  It is about perception not belief.

This is not a test you pass or fail, there are no right or wrong answers.  This is only a means of measuring Emotional Maturity.  If you answer honestly then you will gain a better understanding of the Emotional Maturity of your partner or ex.

Rate how often your partner/lover/spouse/ex demonstrates this behaviour with AN being almost never, S being sometimes, MO being moderately often, O being often and VO very often.  Perfection is not the aim.  If you are unsure or don't understand the question click MO.
My friend is aware of and able to report on his or her own feelings accurately. AN S MO O VO
My friend is sensitive to and can accurately describe the feelings othe people have. AN S MO O VO
My friend is emotionally expressive in a natural and immediate way. AN S MO O VO
My friend is able to discuss personal feelings with accuracy and is willing to do so. AN S MO O VO
My friend accepts the inevitability of mixed feelings and copes effectively with them. AN S MO O VO
My friend's behaviour is inquisitive and investigative. AN S MO O VO
My friend's personal desires and needs are met in constructive ways. AN S MO O VO
My friend is aware of his or her fearful feelings, but copes with the situation in effective ways. AN S MO O VO
My friend is aware of his or her feelings of anger, but copes with the situation in effective ways. AN S MO O VO
My friend undefensibly recognises and accepts his or her own limitations when they are the cause of failure. AN S MO O VO
My friend is positive, persistent and effective in resolving feelings of frustration and discouragement. AN S MO O VO
My friend freely acknowledges personal limitations and still feels acceptable and worthy. AN S MO O VO
My friend accepts some degree of uncertainty as inevitable and retains a positive and willing attitude about dealing with it. AN S MO O VO
My friend readily distinguishes reality, kmowing clearly the difference between the real and make-believe. AN S MO O VO
My friend displays a well developed imagination and applies these ideas in constructive ways. AN S MO O VO
My friend is sensitive and constructively responsive to the needs of others. AN S MO O VO
My friend gets his or her needs for attention met in constructive ways. AN S MO O VO
My friend wins acceptance and inclusion by respecting the values of others. AN S MO O VO
My friend earns recognition and praise from others. AN S MO O VO
My friend demonstrates warm personal interest in other people. AN S MO O VO
My friend understands his or her ability to affect people for better or for worse and uses this power responsibly. AN S MO O VO
My friend is aware of other people's feelings and deals with them in considerate ways. AN S MO O VO
My friend makes friends easily and keeps them. AN S MO O VO
My friend is able to resist negative peer pressure. AN S MO O VO
My friend is able to express complaints or criticism in ways that are supportive of the other person. AN S MO O VO
My friend recognises, appreciates and voluntarily reciprocates good treatment. AN S MO O VO
My friend lives by the value of obtaining and giving others an equal voice in the decision making process. AN S MO O VO
My friend keeps his or her promises. AN S MO O VO
My friend, without sacrificing his or her own rights, uses peaceful and constructive means for resolving conflicts. AN S MO O VO
My friend willingly shares recognition and possessions. AN S MO O VO
My friend appreciates and constructively uses criticism in order to become a more likeable person. AN S MO O VO
My friend recognises, accepts and deals constructively with disappointments and disagreements with other people. AN S MO O VO
My friend is equally courteous to members of both sexes. AN S MO O VO
My friend is willing to apply energy and effort. AN S MO O VO
My friend demonstrates that he or she has acquired knowledge and skills. AN S MO O VO
My friend behaves in planful and organised ways. AN S MO O VO
My friend initiates and implements ideas and projects. AN S MO O VO
My friend demonstrates original and inventive ways of doing things. AN S MO O VO
My friend's expectations and goals are realistic. AN S MO O VO
My friend relies on his or her own resources to meet objectives. AN S MO O VO
My friend is willing and eager to try is or her abilities with new tasks. AN S MO O VO
My friend anticipates and avoids serious dangers. AN S MO O VO
My friend shows an attitude of assurance when coping with new situations. AN S MO O VO
My friend, without being reminded, fulfils obligations. AN S MO O VO
My friend shows interest in and motivation for success. AN S MO O VO
My friend has highly defined goals that are persued constructively. AN S MO O VO
My friend values and persues high levels of accuracy  and skill in his or her work. AN S MO O VO
My friend combines his or her talents well with those of others to achieve a common benefit. AN S MO O VO
My friend is willing to consider new information and try new ways under changing circumstances in order to persue the same original goal. AN S MO O VO
My friend has strong personal interests and persues them. AN S MO O VO
My friend is organised and effective in his or her problem solving methods. AN S MO O VO
My friend's self control prevails over impulse. AN S MO O VO
My friend waits with a realistic and calm attitude. AN S MO O VO
My friend is natural, spontaneous and sincere when describing events. AN S MO O VO
My friend shows a positive attitude about coping with unpleasantness, pain or discomfort. AN S MO O VO
My friend finishes what is started. AN S MO O VO
My friend gives equal consideration to the needs of self and others. AN S MO O VO
My friend behaves in neat and orderly ways. AN S MO O VO
My friend consistently fulfils his or her commitments. AN S MO O VO
My friends behaviour is natural and sincere. AN S MO O VO
My friend undefensibly recognises and accepts responsibility for his or her own misconduct. AN S MO O VO
My friend deals in respectful ways with the personal property rights of others. AN S MO O VO
My friend willingly carries his or her share of the workload. AN S MO O 5

Get Back with Your Ex. Your First Steps.

  • Do take time to catch your thoughts.
  • Do not attempt to keep in constant contact with your ex.
  • Do not do anything stupid like try to get some revenge.
  • Do spend some time writing down all your and your ex's good points.
  • Get some good help.  This might be counselling or even a good book on relationships.

Cover of the ebook "Magic of Making Up"This is an ebook which you can download and read on your computer right now.  

This ebook is called "The Magic of Making Up" and coaches you on how to make up with your ex.  

In fact it even guarantees that you'll make up with your ex within 60 days or you get a 100% refund.

At the very least you should check out the video about 1/3 of the way down the page about the very first thing you should do when you break up.


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