Am I Unlovable? (Test)

Am I Unlovable?

You might be wondering if you are unlovable but you can only answer this question by checking out how far you made it in life. You might think that your measure of unlovability is depending on the fact that you have a girlfriend or boyfriend.

You shouldn’t get too hang up about this meaning of unlovability because this is what most people are feeling right now. However, this doesn’t mean you should be complacent on what could be occurring for you.

The following are some thoughts you should consider when you are feeling unlovable.


Hundreds of beautiful souls right now are looking at all the couples roaming the streets and are feeling pathetic for not being able to have that special someone in life. These people are feeling isolated. These people are feeling unlovable.

If you are someone who has fallen in love with someone before and have been loved back then you should be grateful that you have experienced this instead of getting dependent of losing your lover. This can stem from your need of love and your fear of losing this love making you feel that you were not worthy of loving.

Love is a complicated thing since some have gone through different relationships to find the one for them while others have found the one immediately from their first try. In this case, you can never know who will be the one for you and you can’t predict the events of your love life. 

You should also know that there are a lot of people who are still single and looking for that person that they can call the one for them.

Am I Unlovable? (Test)



Stop questioning your self worth just because you’re single for a long time. Stop giving yourself panic attacks because you’re 23 and don’t have a romantic partner.

The truth of the matter is that you need to stop waiting for the one. This is because this will only make you anxious and stressed which can cause you to force someone to love you which is not very flattering on your part.

You need to realize that finding a significant other won’t matter much in the long run, especially if you don’t have a job or you’re not enjoying your career. You are a great person whether you have a romantic partner or not and you shouldn’t let the status of single put you down.

Am I Unlovable? (Test)



You are freaking awesome just the way you are and you don’t need a boyfriend or a girlfriend to tell you this fact.

You need to know that there is a lot of time for you to find the one you will spend your love with. Although you really don’t need a romantic partner to make you feel better about yourself.

You should know yourself first before trying to give yourself to your romantic partner who can still hate you for who you are. In this case, you should try to give time for yourself first than worrying about when the one will finally come to you.



But the fact is you don’t need anyone else to make you happy but yourself. This anxiety we all feel is just society and the rest of the world putting false ideas into our heads.

There are a lot of worries that can occur when we turn to adulthood. We start to find that we should adapt to the expectations of society even if it will hurt us in the long run.

This is where we have the belief that we need to have a romantic partner to feel important. However, this is not always the solution to deal with loneliness since society doesn’t really know that all of us are independent where we have different experiences and there is no such thing as a collective experience.

Am I Unlovable? (Test)

Now is the time to be concerned about yourself and take care of only you because there is a lot more to life than falling in love.

You don’t need to rest on someone’s head to make you feel loved. There are various ways that you can do to make you feel loved even without the need for a romantic partner.

You could do something for yourself and you will feel more alright once you realize that you can take care of yourself. You are too young to think about wedding bells that might only result to disaster due to your dependence on this love.

Am I Unlovable? (Test)

Am I Unlovable? Test

This test will be answering the question if you are unlovable or not. You might be feeling this way and you want to verify since you have been single for a long time.

Instructions: The following questions will indicate if you are lovable or not. Please read the questions carefully and please let us know and the team will gladly answer your queries. Please answer the questions honestly to get an accurate result.

Do you look at the bright side of situations even if they are very grim for you?

  • Yes – 0
  • No – 1

Do you hate other people?

  • Yes – 1
  • No – 0

Do people like opening up their feelings to you?

  • Yes – 0
  • No – 1

Do you keep getting rejected by love interests?

  • Yes – 1
  • No – 0

Do you believe that you can handle negativity in your life?

  • Yes – 1
  • No – 0

Do you have a lot of friends?

  • Yes – 1
  • No – 0

Do you get irritated easily with mild disturbances such as getting your shirt stained by a spilled drink by accident?

  • Yes – 1
  • No – 0

Do you do self-care exercises?

  • Yes – 0
  • No – 1

Do you engage in talking dirt about people?

  • Yes – 1
  • No – 0

Has someone told you that he or she loves you?

  • Yes – 0
  • No – 1

Total scoring criteria:

6 – 10 points – unlovable

4 – 5 points – somewhat unlovable

0 – 3 points – lovable

Citations

Thought Catalog. For Everyone Who Has Been Single For So Long They Feel Completely Unlovable.

Am I Unlovable? (Test)

Mary Grace B Quitalig

Mary Grace B. Quitalig is a Registered Psychometrician. She has a BA in Psychology. She is experienced in administering, interpreting, and scoring psychological tests in which the results are used to grant admission of students in a school. She is also experienced in interviewing children who have undergone trauma and students who are in need of additional counselling for previous risky behaviours such as self-harming. She is currently working on articles about the different fields of psychology and various topics that surround our modern cultures such as activities during holidays and celebrities.