Take this quick and dirty Love Attitudes Scale test (originally created by Hendrick and Hendrick (1986)) to see where your love style falls in terms of 6 components:
Eros stands for passionate love. In researching this test, the authors found that people who reported that they are currently in love were particularly likely to be identified with Eros. Eros involves strong physical preferences and responses to a lover, and a lot of commitment is involved.
Ludus stands for game-playing love. People who score high in this category approach love as an interactional game - even if it sometimes involves deception. Ludus types may even be wary of closeness.
If you scored high on Storge, you have an inclination to link love and friendship. It is an enduring kind of love, but it is not a particularly passionate kind of love. An affectionate love that slowly develops from friendship, based on similarity.
If you scored high on Pragma, you are a rational thinker. You focus on finding a lover who has the kind of qualities that you prefer; you may even have a plan about the ideal relationship before you find the lover of your dreams.
Mania may be what is sometimes called puppy love - since it is particularly common among adolescents (although plenty of older lovers can be manic). There is a high degree of uncertainty about the lover and a lot of activity around seeking to fix that uncertainty, very possessive and often jealous lovers.
Agape is rare in its purest form, although it received the highest score among the second three Love Attitudes. Agape is selfless love, the kind that involves giving without taking, and may only appear in its true form in parents of small children - and then perhaps only on occasion.
What may be most important for relationship quality is the similarity to which you and your partner share love types (generally being less than 12 points apart for each item is indicative of more satisfaction in relationships). Scores are out of 25.