What Kind of Husband Did You Have in a Past Life?

By: Jennifer Post

What Kind of Husband Did You Have in a Past Life?
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About This Quiz

Husbands come in all shapes and sizes and with all personalities. But just like anything else, husbands—and men in general!—evolve over time. There was a time when men had to court women for months before being able to date them. Even before then, fathers paid the husbands of their daughters a dowry. Times have certainly changed since then, and while some people are more traditional than others, and every culture is different, things have become much simpler. 

No matter what your love life looks like right now, it's fun to think about what your husband would have been like in a past life. Were they the kind to dote on you nonstop? Or maybe they were the more domineering type in the 1950s? Did they forget your anniversary or surprise you with a candlelit dinner? So many questions! 

The energy that you put out can determine what kind of partner you attract. So you can also ask yourself what you would have been like in a past life, and that might give you some insight. While this quiz won't give you all the answers as to your past life, it will be able to tell you what your past husband was like. Take this quiz now!


Do you like it when your husband helps you around the house?
I like it, but I don't expect it.
I know he won't.
Yes! It's so attractive.
I love it! He does it to help me out.

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What's the best trait a husband could have?
Be kind at all times
Super loyal
Be my best friend
Have compassion

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Is there an era of romance that you think is better than another?
I think 1800s young men had way better manners.
Definitely not the 1960s!
I think now is the time for love.
I really have no idea.

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Would you do anything for your husband?
I absolutely would.
Most things, but I would draw the line at anything too severe.
Yes, but only because the road goes both ways.
Depends on the situation

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Is love enough to keep a relationship alive?
No, a good relationship requires much more.
I think it could be enough for sure.
There needs to be an element of actually liking each other too.
Trust is also needed.

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Can you tell if someone will be a great father by how good of a husband they are?
Yes, of course.
Maybe, but there's really no way to tell for sure.
You can get glimpses of that.
If they know how to love unconditionally, they'll be great fathers.

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Thinking about your past life, is your husband the breadwinner?
Yes, but he never makes me feel bad about it.
Yes, and he knows it.
We share that responsibility.
Yes, but we share all expenses.

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Have you ever cheated on a significant other?
I could never.
Only once, and I regret it.
No, but I've been cheated on.
Yes, and I was forgiven immediately, thankfully.

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Do you like to be driven around or to be the one doing the driving?
I love being a passenger.
I like to take control.
I love both.
I'm not always up for driving, so it's nice to have someone else who can drive.

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Do you imagine your past-life husband as someone who took action whenever needed?
Not really, no.
Eh, maybe yes, maybe no.
That would be amazing.
I think he would try to understand the situation first.

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How do you envision yourself as a partner in a past life?
I think I'd be the perfect housewife.
I'd be hard to pin down.
I'd be my partner's confidant.
I'd be the cool, understanding wife.

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Is not wanting to have kids a deal-breaker for you?
Yes, I'm meant to be a mother.
Not really. I could take or leave having kids.
Who wouldn't want to procreate with the love of their life?
Not a deal-breaker, but we'd have to come to a compromise.

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Do you subscribe to traditional male/female roles in the home?
It does sound kind of nice.
There was way more bad than good with that.
Nope, those are so outdated.
I'd be down to try it, at least, and see if it works.

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What are your goals for your love life in the next five years?
Finding my perfect match
Probably still playing the field
Having a boyfriend that feels like a best friend
Hopefully really settled down in marital bliss

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Is there one trait in a man that you can't stand?
Selfishness
Jealousy
Too needy
Egomaniac

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If you found someone that you like, would you go out of your way to get their attention?
I would want it to happen naturally.
Oh, definitely, I'd go the whole nine yards.
I would try to befriend them first.
I'd find things they like and learn as much as I can about them.

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What would happen if the person you like likes someone else?
I'd wait until it's my turn.
I'd flirt with them anyway.
I'd tap out and move on.
I would show them that I'm the better person.

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At a bar, are you there to flirt or to just hang out with friends?
I'm there for some good friend time.
Both, definitely both!
Hang with friends, but if I find someone to flirt with, that's just a bonus.
Depends if it's a normal hang or if a friend is in need

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Imagine it's your anniversary. What do you want your husband to do for you?
Make us dinner, get good wine, light some candles and treat me like a queen!
Some jewelry would be awesome.
I just want to spend quality time together.
He should take care of all the things I've been neglecting around the house.

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Do you think people envied you for your marriage in your past life?
I had the most desired kind of marriage.
Probably not
I'm sure some people would have.
I really think a lot of people would have.

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When you were a little girl, what kind of wedding did you imagine?
A princess fairy tale wedding
A super-fun beach wedding
An intimate rustic wedding
A Disney World wedding

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Back in your past life, would you have cared if all of your family and friends approve of your husband?
If they didn't approve, I wouldn't marry him.
I don't think I would have cared.
It's pretty important to me.
I don't know about then, but I definitely don't care now.

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If you found out that your husband had a child with another woman, how would you react?
I would try to embrace the child as my own.
I'd pretend it wasn't true.
We would find a way to make it work.
I honestly can't even imagine being in that situation.

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Do you want your husband to wait on you hand and foot?
I think that would be boring.
That sounds lovely.
Maybe he could once in a while, like if I'm sick or have had a hard day.
I think it should be equal.

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How good should your husband look in a suit?
Like James Bond
Good enough to eat
I don't think that really matters.
As good as I look in a dress

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What is your ideal age to have had this past-life husband?
25
21
30
Love has no age

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Lucky in love! How much work should a successful relationship take?
Marriage is hard work.
If it's right, it should be easy.
A lot, but the work should be fun!
If you love each other, you can overcome anything.

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What would you be willing to give up for love?
I'd give up almost everything.
I'm fine giving up material things, but not any parts of myself.
You shouldn't have to give anything up.
I'd give up my single bed.

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Do you admire anyone else's relationship and use that as inspiration for your own love life?
My parents have a really solid relationship.
No one I can really think of.
My best friends are perfect for each other.
Pretty much every couple from every romantic comedy I've ever seen.

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What would you have been like in a past life?
I would have been the perfect Southern Belle.
Probably a little racy
I think I would have been some kind of humanitarian.
A teacher or nurse or something

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