Developed by Dr. Bruce Fisher, The Fisher Divorce Adjustment Scale (FDAS) consists of 100 statements reflecting common feelings and attitudes of people who have ended or are ending a love relationship. The results reveal the strong and weak areas of adjusting to the loss of the relationship and are profiled in these seven aspects;
- Emotional disentanglement
- Dissipation of anger
- Level of grief
- Openness to social intimacy
- Social self-worth
- Adjusting to the end of the relationship
Some sample questions from the FDAS are the following:
- I am lonely.
- I feel rejected by many of the friends I had when I was in the love relationship.
- I am unable to control my emotions.
- I have trouble sleeping.
- I have really made a mess of my life.
- I have romantic feelings for my former love partner.
- I feel capable of facing and dealing with my problems.
- I feel comfortable going by myself to a public place such as a movie.
- I am the type of person I would like to have as a friend.
- I feel like I am going crazy.
- I want to be with people but I am emotionally distant.
Right now, during the Beta phase of setting up the site, the test is Free. Soon, there will be a fee and a 20 page Ebook will come with the results. Enjoy!!