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LOVE STYLES SCALE Call to mind your current or most recent romantic partner. If you haven’t had what you would consider a “romantic” relationship, think about how you would feel toward a romantic partner if you were in such a relationship. Then, read through each of the following items, and think about whether you agree or disagree with the item. The goal is gut feelings, not deep thought, so go with your first impression. For those items with which you agree , write the item number down on a separate sheet of paper. So, for example, if you agree with items 1 and 2, but not 3, you would write “1” and “2” down on a separate sheet of paper, and skip 3. 1. My lover and I were attracted to each other immediately after we first met. 2. My lover and I have the right physical “chemistry” between us. 3. I try to keep my lover a little uncertain about my commitment to him/her. 4. I consider what a person is going to become in life before I commit myself to him/her.
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