What you see first in this optical illusion reveals what you fear most when you’re in love

What you see first in this optical illusion reveals what you fear most when you’re in love — and doing the test could solve it.

They say that love is a battlefield and that with every argument, the distance between you and your partner grows.

So why not surrender and discover what you fear most in love? Who knows, it might change your life.

The smart folks at Your Tango have done just that, recently releasing an optical illusion that would reveal what you fear most in relationships.

What you see first in the mystical painting by artist Oleg Shupliak will tell you exactly what you are afraid of.

If you’ve seen a man’s face, it means that your focus and enthusiasm make you a pleasure to be around.

You thrive by living in the present and barely dwelling on negative past experiences.

You live for the moment and when each day is over, you put it away forever and start the next one over, which you believe is the only way to feel free.

But you are afraid of being seen as someone with emotional baggage.

You choke and shut down in new relationships and think it’s ‘normal’, but all it does is create distance between you and your partner and torpedo any chance of a lasting love in the long run.

If you’ve seen the boy, you’re probably a jubilant, wistful person at heart and love to be around people.

You don’t like being the center of attention, but you also can’t live without being in a crowd of familiar faces.

But what you hide in relationships is the fear of growing up.

You do the 9-5 and pay your bills because you think this makes someone an adult, but the truth is that it makes you seem totally helpless.

If you've seen a man's face, it means that your focus and enthusiasm make you a pleasure to be around.
If you’ve seen a man’s face, it means that your focus and enthusiasm make you a pleasure to be around.
Oleg Shupliak

What you fear most is that if the person you love doesn’t feel needed, you have nothing else to offer, which couldn’t be less true.

When you see the painting, you are in bliss when you are in the middle of a dream.

Yes, you love your partner and are close to your friends, but that doesn’t mean you always enjoy spending time with them.

Sometimes you are happier simply by emailing or texting and staying home alone.

What you hide in relationships is your intense need for time to yourself, which makes you feel rested and recharged.

There’s no shame in needing your own space and time, but you should be open about this with your partner from the start.

If you have seen two huts, you are known as a sensitive soul.

You have no problem sharing your feelings – only they can be quite intense at times and life can feel overwhelming.

What you hide in relationships is direct conflict.

You don’t like to be criticized, even if it’s constructive criticism, and you tend to lash out when it comes your way.

But if you’re feeling cornered, it’s okay to be upset about it. Just remember that when you respond, you haven’t misinterpreted anyone’s intentions.

This story originally appeared on The Sun and is reproduced here with permission.

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