If you are thinking about making things a little more serious with someone you’ve been seeing–as in, like, making the transition from “dating” to “relationship,” or even just the transition between “non-exclusive” and “exclusive”–you probably have a lot on your mind. You want to make sure you can trust your partner, you want to ensure that you have enough time for relationship ,and, obviously, you want to make sure that you’ll be happy together.
Another thing worth considering? How secure–or, in more people’s cases, how insecure–you feel about yourself and the relationship.
Now, to be clear, it’s not as though you have to be 100% sure of yourself and every single thing you are doing in order to be in a relationship. Hardly anyone feels totally secure all the time, so, were that the case, no one in the world could ever date anyone. But if you carry a certain level of insecurity around with you, and try to use your relationship as a bandage to slap over this insecurity, it’s only going to make things worse for you and your partner. The good news? You can work on it. You just need to know where you stand. So, take this quiz to find out if you’re actually too insecure to be in a relationship: