What Role Do You Play In Your Relationships? Inkblot Test

Role Play In Relationships Inkblot Test

Have you ever wondered what kind of role you play in your relationships? Are you the nurturer who takes immense care of their partner? Are you the executive who helps in decision making and takes the leading role? Or are you the one who inspires and motivates or your partner?  Playing this inkblot test will help you identify your true nature.

In 1921 Swiss psychologist named Hermann Rorschach created the inkblot test also known as a projective psychological approach. It is widely used in psychotherapy and counseling because it helps in the personality assessment of an individual and decoding emotional functioning.

The inkblot test or the Rorschach test is a psychological test where the subject is shown a series of inkblots. And you have to look at ambiguous inkblot images and then describe what you see.  Responses of the subjects are recorded and analyzed to determine various psychological conditions.  This is an interesting approach that reveals one’s unconscious thoughts, desires, and motives.

All you need to do is click on the name of the object you identify in the inkblots to know the type of person you are in a relationship.

Understanding the role you play in the relationship, will help you build more fulfilling bonds and make all your relationships stronger.

So, click to start!

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2 thoughts on “What Role Do You Play In Your Relationships? Inkblot Test”

  1. Spot on!
    The Nurturer

    You’re the Nurturer in your relationship. Always there for your partner to offer a shoulder to cry on, an ear to hear them vent, or a pair of hands to whip up some cookies when they’re sad, you’re truly a rock they can depend on and a soft presence to calm and cajole them in times of trouble. Did we get it right? Talk to us about it in the comments below, and share with your friends to see who they are in their relationships!

  2. How do you come to these conclusions. And you are right by the way. But the logic is the what am trying to make out.
    Thanks
    James

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