Written by Lisa M. The symptoms develop gradually because, if you have the insulin resistant form of type 2, it takes time for the effects of insulin resistance to show up. Here are some of the common symptoms of type 2 diabetes:
The result of all these experiences are actually very predictable because people tend to fall into one of five special categories: This quiz will score you in each of the five Love Style categories, with a high score in any category signaling a trouble area.
While most people will have a single, dominant Love Style, it is possible for you to have multiple problem areas. Would you like to create an account now? It will only take a couple minutes. No Thanks I already have an account Relationship Status This quiz uses different questions to suit your personal relationship status.
To ensure that we give you a version of the quiz that is relevant to you, please select your relationship status below. Which version of the quiz would you like? Your love style is activated within any relationship but it goes into full bloom with those to whom you are most closely connected.
Your love style is not a temperament or personality trait. It is a defensive adaptation to a lack of sufficient emotional connection and nurturing when you were growing up; you may also have experienced relationships that were intrusive or abusive as a child. While these styles were adaptive as kids they prevent close fulfilling relationships as an adult.
An accurate assessment requires honesty and careful self-reflection.
Your ultimate goal is to become a secure connector. This quiz takes about 15 minutes to complete. I would describe myself as independent and self-reliant. I took a lot of abuse during my childhood until I threatened and fought back, then it stopped.
My significant other says mean things to me and makes me feel small and helpless. I'll often give others their way, even when I disagree, to avoid a quarrel. I often feel misunderstood and unsupported in my relationships.
I am not a risk taker, and I like things to be predictable. People sometimes describe me as intimidating. I often feel unworthy, unlovable, and wonder why I am on this earth.
My parent s acted more like kids than parents. Anger and frustration are usually the only emotions I feel. I am very good at anticipating the needs of others and meeting those needs.
I try to avoid long conversations, especially if I think someone will get emotional. I like to show my love by doing tasks.
I feel powerless in my relationships, like I am just going through the motions. I feel like I am always waiting for time and attention from my significant other.
I usually defer to a friend or my significant other when choosing a restaurant. I use substances like food, alcohol, or drugs to help deal with the stress and pain in my life.
I would describe my childhood as unsafe. I wish my significant other would be more independent. My parents would describe me as a good kid who never caused problems. I am dishonest at times to avoid conflict. I have concerns about the safety of my friends and family, and I worry a lot about them.
Growing up, my family rarely or neverdiscussed personal concerns. No one protected me from harm growing up, so I had to toughen up and take care of myself. I often feel my longing for connection and attention is never satisfied. When people hurt me I write them off and end the relationship.You can still take the quiz, but if you create a free How We Love account you’ll unlock some additional free benefits: We’ll be able to customize the quiz to your particular life situation and relationship status, ensuring you get a more accurate result.
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