QuizzesReady For Dating? July 1, 2019029 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter A lot of people, the moment they get into their teens start looking forward to their first relationship. It is normal to want to fall in love and enjoy a relationship. However, the fact you are a teenager does not automatically mean you are ready for a relationship. You want to be sure that you are mature enough and that you can handle the emotions that come with being in a relationship. Thus, we have put together these questions to guide your decisions. 1. How old are you? I am above 18 years old. I am between the age of 15 and 18. I am less than 16 years old. 2. What do you think is the most important reason for dating? I want to start getting to know about the opposite sex, learn about them and hope to have a mutually beneficial relationship. I think I am ready to get married and I need a man in my life. All my friends have boyfriends, I feel left out. 3. Are you willing to share your things? Yes, to a very large extent. I can share some specific things but some others are out of bound. I prefer to have my items and allow others to have theirs. 4. Do you love your space or you enjoy sharing your space with others? I enjoy sharing my space with others, especially someone close to me. I enjoy my space but I won’t mind sharing. I enjoy my space but I won’t mind sharing. 5. Would you be able to resist the temptation of checking through your partner’s text messages if you had the opportunity? I hope to be able to trust my partner fully and not have any reason to check his phone. I might, especially if he is behaving suspicious. I will always take the chance, he should be willing to allow me if he has nothing to hide. 6. Are you willing to get married any time soon? Yes, I won’t mind getting married within the next 5 years. I do not intend to get married within the next 5 years, but I could if he/she is right. I won’t get married within the next 5 years for any reason. 7. How would you react to a breakup, should the partner you are dating leave you? I might hurt for a while, but I believe I will be able to get over it and move on. I will be indifferent. I am going to attempt to hurt him and/or I will never really love another person again so they can’t hurt me. 8. Are you willing to make sacrifices for a partner? Yes. I will gladly make reasonable sacrifices. No. I won’t make any sacrifices. I will do anything for a partner, even if it is wrong. 9. If you the person you are dating cheats on you, what would you do? I will try to talk to him about it, after which I will decide if to give him another chance or not. I will end the relationship. I will start sleeping with other guys. 10. Do you think you are the jealous type and could get angry just seeing your partner with the opposite sex? I might feel slightly jealous but won’t dwell on it except it was obvious they were flirting with each other. I won’t be bothered it in the slightest sense. I am a very jealous type and would take immediate action.VARIANTS OF THE RESULT If you have answered the questions honestly, then they will determine what to expect if you start dating and if you are really ready to start dating. These questions are in line with what a lot of people experienced during dating and what caused the most problems that led to their break up, an enduring relationship, and in some cases, the death or serious injury of one of the partner.