Think that you are always jealous? Think that your partner is always overly jealous and controlling? Obsessively checking his/her facebook/instagram? Always fighting because of “unimportant” persons? Constantly wondering what s/he is doing when he doesn’t reply to your message?
Here is a quiz on jealousy, it is possible to do it “on behalf of” your partner when you suspect that your partner might not be “healthily jealous” in your romantic relationship (yes, some level of jealousy is good and healthy to your relationship, but not when it turns detrimental to your relationship).
I do want to apologise that the questionnaire has assumed that every person is in a heterosexual relationship.
N.B. Feel free to contact me regarding the results by leaving your email in the form or leaving a comment below. However, I would say that the result of the questionnaire is not the main thing, instead, look at those items and find out if your partner’s or your jealousy is detrimental to your relationship, and if the answer is yes, do get in touch to find out what can be done.
- In 2015, about 22.8% of Malaysian adults (aged >15) were smokers. (That’s more than 1 in every 5 adults!)
- In 2011, 23.1% of Malaysian adults smoked, so yes, it had reduced slightly.
- 43% of men and 1.4% of women smoked.
- The prevalence among female smokers has increased from 1.0% in 2011 to 1.4% in 2015.
- Among the smokers, a third (34.9%) smoked 25 or more cigarettes, 24.2% smoked 14-24 cigarettes, 18.5% smoked 10-14 cigarettes, 16.4% smoked 5-9 cigarettes and 5.9 smoked less than 5 cigarettes a day.
- Among the three main races, the Malays had the highest prevalence at 24.6%, followed by the Indians at 19.7% and the Chinese at 15.4%.
- Overall, 37.1% of Malaysian adults were exposed to secondhand smoke at home (not including children yet!)
- More than half (52.3%) of adult smokers had tried to quit smoking in the past 12 months.
- Smokeless cigarettes used has increased from 0.7% in 2011 to 10.9% in 2015.
- (Worldwide) Tobacco use, a major preventable cause of premature death and diseases, kills 6 million people worldwide annually, 10% of these deaths were among non-smokers who were exposed to the second-hand cigarette smoke.
Unless otherwise stated, all these data were reported in 2015, retrieved from National Health & Morbidity Survey 2015.