Are you compatible with your soul mate? Looking for a perfect dating partner? Will you have a good, stable relationship? Find the answer by taking the Jung Marriage Test™. Read more ...
A good, stable relationship between partners is conducive to a happy marriage. Often, we don't know what the underlying cause of conflict is in a relationship. The ability to assess the likelihood of a healthy long- term relationship is one of the main challenges in dating and matchmaking. The Jung Marriage Test™ addresses this challenge. The test identifies potentially successful and potentially problematic matches by comparing and analyzing the partners’ personality types. Personality type is defined by three criteria, as introduced by Carl Jung:
- Extraversion - Introversion
- Sensing - Intuition
- Thinking - Feeling
And a fourth criterion added by Isabel Briggs Myers *:
The different combinations of these four criteria define sixteen possible personality types. The formula for these types is denoted by the first letters of the combination, e.g.
ENFP - Extraverted iNtuitive Feeling Perceiving
Once you know both partners’ (or prospective partners’) type formula and strengths of preferences, it is possible to calculate a compatibility index (MatchIndex) between the partners. The MatchIndex represents the potential for a successful and mutually satisfying long-term relationship.
A high MatchIndex indicates the likelihood of a good, stable long-term relationship. If the partners' MatchIndex is low then, in the vast majority of cases, the relationship will be subject to conflict.
Upon completing the test, you will get a MatchIndex for your couple as well as tips on how to maintain a healthy and stable relationship and avoid “bumps.” « less