Not quite what I would have guessed.
I have a problem with the fact that they equate love and connection with sacrifice and imbalance. This is a common problem. I might be too concerned with protecting myself and my needs and so some might call me selfish, but I'd rather be that way than the opposite and I think that's fine and healthy. I think I have a strong need for love and connection, I just don't sacrifice my own needs in order to get it. It's the whole Christian martyr complex, and I reject it. Just as I thought, I went through the scoring and 4 questions related to this were:
-good at taking care of other people
Well that's a good thing to do, though I kind of suck at it. Still you should concern yourself with taking care of yourself before other people.
-usually the giver in relationships
This is an imbalance. People should give equally.
-I tend to overextend myself when...(caring, giving, whatever).
This is not healthy.
-Giving is more important than receiving.
No it's not, it's equally important.