If your Valentine's Day didn't go great and now you're kinda questioning if your relationship is going to last, well . . . this is one way to find out.
The website Quartz just put together a quick online quiz that uses data from more than 2,600 couples to figure out your chances of breaking up in five years . . . two years . . . or this year.
You only have to enter four pieces of info: How long you've been together . . . whether or not you're married . . . how you'd rate your relationship, from excellent to very poor . . . and whether you make over or under $75,000-a-year.
Like, if you've been in a three-year relationship, you're not married, your relationship is good, and you make less than $75,000, there's actually a 21% chance you'll be single within a year . . . and a 55% chance in five years.
But if you've been married for over 15 years, your relationship is good, and you make more than $75,000-a-year, there's only a 1% chance you'll break up this year, and only a 5% chance things will end in five years.