How Are You Adjusting To The Ending Of A Love Relationship?

Complete The Fisher Divorce Adjustment Scale Below

Complete the self-test & you’ll receive an email with your results.

I offer a 20-minute Complimentary Phone Consult to help interpret your test results. Once you receive your results call me at 720-524-3664 to discuss them or I’ll give you a call. We’ll also follow-up with you by email.

Answer each of the following questions below:

The following statements are feelings and attitudes that people frequently experience while they are ending a love relationship. Keeping in mind one specific relationship you have ended or are ending, read each statement and decide how frequently the statement applies to your present feelings and attitudes. You must answer every question. If the statement is not appropriate for you in your present situation, answer the way you feel you might if that statement were appropriate.





1. I am comfortable telling people I am separated from my love partner.

2. I am physically and emotionally exhausted from morning until night.

3. I am constantly thinking of my former love partner.

4. I feel rejected by many of the friends I had when I was in the love relationship.

5. I become upset when I think about my former love partner.

6. I like being the person I am.

7. I feel like crying because I feel so sad.

8. I can communicate with my former love partner in a calm and rational manner.

9. There are many things about my personality I would like to change.

10. It is easy for me to accept my becoming a single person.

11. I feel depressed.

12. I feel emotionally separated from my former love partner.

13. People would not like me if they got to know me.

14. I feel comfortable seeing and talking to my former love partner.

15. I feel like I am an attractive person.

16. I feel as though I am in a daze and the world doesn’t seem real.

17. I find myself doing things just to please my former love partner.

18. I feel lonely.

19. There are many things about my body I would like to change.

20. I have many plans and goals for the future.

21. I feel I don’t have much sex appeal.

22. I am relating and interacting in many new ways with people since my separation.

23. Joining a singles’ group would make me feel I was a loser like them.

24. It is easy for me to organize my daily routine of living.

25. I find myself making excuses to see and talk to my former love partner.

26. Because my love relationship failed, I must be a failure.

27. I feel like unloading my feelings of anger and hurt upon my former love partner.

28. I feel comfortable being with people.

29. I have trouble concentrating.

30. I think of my former love partner as related to me rather than as a separate person.

31. I feel like an okay person.

32. I hope my former love partner is feeling as much or more emotional pain than I am.

33. I have close friends who know and understand me.

34. I am unable to control my emotions.

35. I feel capable of building a deep and meaningful love relationship.

36. I have trouble sleeping.

37. I easily become angry at my former love partner.

38. I am afraid to trust people who might become love partners.