Take the quiz for yourself!
How much does being with your partner result in your having new experiences?
When you are with your partner, do you feel a greater awareness of things because of him or her?
How much does your partner increase your ability to accomplish new things?
How much does your partner help to expand your sense of the kind of person you are?
How much do you see your partner as a way to expand your own capabilities?
How much do your partner's strengths as a person compensate for some of your own weaknesses as a person?
How much do you feel that you have a larger perspective on things because of your partner?
How much has being with your partner resulted in your learning new things?
How much has knowing your partner made you a better person?
How much does your partner increase your knowledge?
Answer each question according to the way you feel, using the following scale.
Answers range from (1) not very much to (7) very much.
Then, add up your scores!
60 and above — Highly Expansive.
45 to 60 — Moderately Exciting.
Below 45 — Low Connection.
There’s a battle over what your kids should read in school and which words they should be exposed to.
It’s a battle that revolves around one of the greatest American novels ever written, Mark Twain’s "Huckleberry Finn."
You may have read it as a child, but increasingly schools across the country are choosing not to include it in their curriculums because of its use of the n-word, which is used more than 200 times in the book.
Now, the editors of New South books are doing something about that.
They're publishing a new edition of “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer", and "Huckleberry Finn,” and replacing the word with “slave.”
The move is already causing controversy and we want to hear from you.
What do you think about the change? Give us your feedback and we’ll read some of your responses today on CNN Newsroom at 10am with Kyra Phillips.