Find out today, "Do I have a savior complex" with the help of our quiz! If you have been feeling as if you need to save someone from their own decisions and incorrect life choices and it has been taking a toll on your physical and/or mental health, then it is quite possible that you might have a savior complex. Discover more with the help of the questions provided below in the quiz! Remember to share the quiz so that others can educate themselves as well about this!
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You might have a savior complex
You might not have a savior complex
I notice some things that I want to change about my partner, but nobody's perfect.
Yes, that is one of the reasons why I am with them.
No, I like them the way they are, faults and all.
I can make them better. I firmly believe that.
Of course, how else can I make sure they are following what I helped them understand or not.
Yes, but it is only because I care for them.
I would not call a general question of well-being as frequent.
No, because they are an adult and can live their life as they want.
I do because I just want to see them happy.
I barely have plans for my own future.
Yes, I do, but only a very basic outline based on where we see ourselves in the future.
I have extensive plans for each stage of their life.
Yes, I can help them better than any professional or expert.
I do not, as I am aware that I have many issues of my own.
No, I myself am undergoing or seeking therapy.
Yes, but only because I know them so well.
I am financially available for their help but not in an unhealthy manner.
I bankroll them often.
I need to keep them financially afloat, or they would sink into debt.
They are the one who pay for me usually.
I don't know.
Yes, I find myself overworked.
I make sure to find time for myself.
It is only because I care so much.
No, they work just as much or more than me.
I feel our relationship is more like that of a teacher and a child.
No, we are both responsible adults.
The spark is dying out because I am trying to fix their life most of the time.
The spark is a fire in our relationship.
Yes, who else is to blame.
No, I don't think anyone else can be blamed for personal setbacks.
I feel like a parent on report day.
I am there for them, I am not responsible for their failures.
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