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Psychological test: estimate who is not a family

Relationships play a huge role in building our personalities, teaching what we want and what we need in life, and most importantly, they are one of the fundamental factors in our health. How we perceive human relationships and what kind of relationships we enter into can restore or deteriorate our health.

According to one study, socially isolated adults face the same risks as those who are physically inactive. We encourage you to take this quiz to find out how your own first relationships with people shaped your personality.

Take a look at the picture below. What family doesn't look like “a family”? What do you think at first sight? Don't think too long about it, just follow your intuition. When you're done observing her, scroll down to see the answers.

1. Family # 1

If you picked # 1, you are not a family person, at least not in the traditional way. Your friends are their family, and they treat their closest friends as family members and they are happiest when they make their friends happy! This also gives the aspect of an outgoing father figure, which is why you give your love to the people you care about, so you subconsciously take on the role of your mother (as a mother figure).

This family may not be the happiest, but the mother is still very loving and takes care of her child and protects it from the (callous) father. They don't want others to grow up like you so they picked this picture.

2. Family # 2

If you answer # 2, it means that you are strongly family oriented and understand the concept of family in a traditional way. Nothing is more important to you than your family. Your thoughts and beliefs value engagement and building relationships with people based on trust. But no matter how important their friends are, they put their family first, even if that means neglecting their own needs.

This family looks like they're not very close, right? The adults do not pay enough attention to the child, the mother does not hold the hand or the father, and the child does not want to hold the hands either. But they still go together as a family, even if they look like a group of strangers running together.

3. Family # 3

If you have chosen family number 3, you likely come from a very dysfunctional, complicated family and, because of your traumatic childhood, you have difficulty trusting yourself. This often resulted in anxiety and depression, and talking to and connecting with others can be challenging, often very difficult. They are constantly worried about their future and are often lost in thought.

The family in this picture is a real, loving family. They are happy and look like they feel connected. The parents almost hug as they walk, and the father holds the child's hand. Growing up in a complicated family, this distorted your views about love and connection, making them very suspicious of a healthy relationship. They really believe that such a thing does not exist or that they will never experience anything like it in their life.