Jung Marriage Test™
While many things in this world change, making the right choice of a life and romance partner remains of a great importance. Some find love at first sight, others require a lengthy dating process to find their true soul mate, while some may even never end up finding “the one”. Although relationships often end up working out, if it does turn out to have been a mistake, it is often realized too late. This mistake is paid for with the high price of a heavy heart and great disappointment. Early understanding of how a relationship will likely turn out can help avoid these costly mistakes. The Jung Marriage Test™ provides an accurate indication of the likely quality of a potential or existing relationship and offers tips on its improvement.
Who should use the Jung Marriage Test™?
- Match-making service providersproviders can use the test to effectively and efficiently identify the most compatible partners for their clients. Use it to obtain the MatchIndex of a client with a number of potential partners, to identify the most promising candidate(s).
- Dating online? The test is a great tool for those who are dating online, giving you the ability to assess your compatibility and uncover potential issues prior to meeting in person. A high MatchIndex may also help you feel more confident that in person you will be able to “click”. A low MatchIndex indicates that you are looking at a potentially challenging relationship and if you still decide to meet in person, you will be more prepared to probe and manage the challenges.
- Singles of any age can use the test to make sure that that they are indeed compatible with their person of interest. The Jung Marriage Test provides those who are looking for a match through personals and online dating with confidence by assuring them that their respondent indeed capable of becoming a reliable partner. The test also cautions against serious potential failures when it comes to entering a committed relationship with a certain individual.
- Already in relationship? The test results are also useful for partners who have already been in a relationship for a long time, since life dynamics (i.e. birth of and separation from children, aging, health, changes in career, lifestyle, social and financial status etc.) can have a great impact on a relationship and result in conflicts and distancing between partners. By completing the test, the partners will assess their compatibility and obtain valuable tips on how to manage some of the issues they may be experiencing to improve the quality of their existing relationship.
- Newly-weds can take the Jung Marriage Test to ensure that once the “honeymoon phase” is over, they will be able to build a stable and gratifying relationship in the long run.
- Family counseling service providers can use the test to assess their clients’ compatibility, uncover the likely points of tension, and get tips on how to prevent and manage potential challenges.
- Anyone experiencing tension or conflict in relationship with their partner can benefit greatly from this test, as it helps them determine the root(s) of their problem(s), and offers useful recommendations on how to improve their particular situation, and bring the relationship back to a happy and healthy place.
The quality of a long term romantic relationship is predetermined by the natural personality traits of both partners, and by their ability to develop and maintain optimal behavior in their relationship.
Among personality characteristics that influence a relationship, the group of informational characteristics particularly stands out. This set of characteristics draws from the theory of psychological types first introduced by Carl Jung and later popularized by Isabel Briggs Myers. The informational characteristics constitute the basis of a person’s informational interaction with the external world and determine the orientation of information, the perception of information, the way of processing information and the form of its implementation. These characteristics determine partners' informational compatibility.
Informational compatibility is a key factor in establishing a mutually satisfying and long-lasting relationship. Poor informational compatibility may become a deal-breaker.
The informational compatibility is measured by the MatchIndex. A high MatchIndex indicates a high likelihood of a good and stable relationship in the long run (although there can still be other factors that may negatively affect the relationship).
A low MatchIndex indicates a high likelihood of a conflict.
Although results and recommendations provided by the test are generally accurate based on the underlying methodology and the inputs provided by the test takers, please bear in mind that a relationship may also be influenced by factors that are not assessed by the test, such as (but not limited to) education, religion, social and financial status, culture and traditions, political preferences etc.
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DISCLAIMER: Although results and recommendations provided by the test are generally accurate based on the underlying methodology and the inputs provided by the test takers, they do not constitute nor substitute a professional advice, such as (but not limited to) advice offered by professional family or marriage counselor. The test only assesses informational compatibility as defined above; the test does not assess other factors that may affect a relationship. The test only provides an indication of the likely behavioral preferences of the test takers, within the limitations of the assessment methodology and based on the inputs provided by the test takers. The test results do not constitute a confirmation of the test-takers’ actual behaviors. More direct methods should be used to confirm actual behaviors. If the MatchIndex for partners is low, or when partners experience difficulties in their relationship despite a high MatchIndex, or when in doubt, we recommend seeking appropriate professional help.