Relationship and Dating Help: How to find a Serious Relationship Test

There are so many web sites about dating, romance and marital relationships. If you are just having a fun with a few friends or you want to test your relationship for a few laughs there are literally thousands of quizzes, horoscopes and mini tests from which to choose. However, if you are in distress or want to prevent yourself from making the wrong choice in love look for the following criteria to find a serious test for your relationship that is based on solid psychological principals.

1. Ph.D./Dr.

Begin with finding a well-educated therapist with a Ph.D. degree. You want the questions and analysis to be the creation of someone who is well educated in the field of psychology and relationships.

2. Psychotherapist.

You want a person who has done more than just study books. Find someone who has worked with thousands of clients as a professional therapist in private practice.

3. Be prepared to pay a small fee for the service. A free test may not offer a serious analysis or be very helpful. Web sites, insurance and time to write are expensive for a professional.

4. Look for recommendations from reputable people who you recognize? Do they give their whole name when recommending the therapist? Happy couples are proud of the one who helped them.

5. Has the therapist been published? Getting a book published is an arduous and difficult task and many people are rejected. A published book on relationships indicates an expert in the field. Taking another person's advice is risky. Being published is one more substantiating recommendation.

6. Have they been quoted by major magazines, appeared on television or radio as an expert? You want an expert when it comes to finding help for your broken heart.

Use the following Internet search keywords to help you narrow your search to a quality relationship tests: "relationship test" expert Dr psychology

©2010, Molly Barrow

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Dr. Molly Barrow holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and is the author of the new book, Matchlines: A revolutionary New Way of looking at relationships and making the right choices in love. She is an authority on relationship and psychological topics, a member of the American Psychological Association and a licensed mental health counselor. Dr. Molly has appeared as an expert on NBC, PBS, KTLA, and in O Magazine, Psychology Today, Newsday,,, Women's Health and Women's World. Please visit: or Take the new relationship compatibility test, Match Lines Systems for Successful Relationships for Singles, Couples and Business at Molly has a radio program, Your Relationship Answers at

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