I often feel special, significant, and useful when I help others.
I tend to give others presents to express my feelings for them.
I get lonely and begin to feel uncared about if I can’t hang out with someone I love.
I give and expect in return hugs, pats, kisses, and other physical signs of affection.
I find that another’s criticism really, really hurts.
I feel so good when I receive a present from someone… or even just get a freebie.
I often feel upset when others don’t help me out, much less offer to do anything.
I think that it's enough just to tell someone I love them. That’s sufficient for me.
I feel complete when I spend time with people I love.
I show affection by doing things for others.
I feel like I need compliments, so sometimes I “fish” for them.
I feel especially warm and appreciated when another touches me in a meaningful way.
I can feel quite depressed when I don’t get a gift, especially when I expected one.
I show people I care by being with them.
I can feel awful about myself when people I love don't touch me.
I feel like “a million bucks” when I get sincere praise.
I don’t usually ask for help, but when someone does something for me, I feel really cherished.
I like to show my feelings physically.
I would rather get a reward than a standing ovation.
I expect others who care about me to spend their time with me.
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