Your Compatible Mate Test

Annette Nay, Ph.D.

Copyright 1999

Individuals considering someone for their mate, should consider the areas of life and match their sweetheart's interest in these areas to their own. The five areas of life are: physical, spiritual, social, mental, and for married couples there is the important area of the sexual relationship. Each area is rated on a scale of 1 to 10 by the individual for themselves and then the other person.

A rating of 1 means the person has little or nothing to do with this area. A score of 10 means the individual has a total concern in this area. Honestly rate score yourself in each of these areas.

YOU

physical_________

spiritual_________

social___________

mental__________

 

For Married Couples

sexual___________

 

Honestly rate a score for your sweetheart in each of the areas.

YOUR SWEETHEART

physical_________

spiritual_________

social___________

mental__________

 

For Married Couples

sexual___________

 

Honesty in the ratings is crucial. If one does not know how their sweetheart stands in a certain area, they should find out before progressing further with the relationship. Knowing the importance your sweetheart places on each of these areas will show you whether you have a individual with common interest as your own. This is not to say that you were made for each other. It only points out that your are looking in the right ball park.

The number one receives in any area is not as important as the closeness of scoring. When a couple scores are more that two to three points different from each other in any area, the differences causes friction in the relationship. Large continued differences will cause a rift or a breaking apart in the relationship. These differences generally cause separation until the differences can be rectified or breaking-up or divorce may result.

Personal development and growth can cause large scoring differences and compatibility and relational problems if the couple do not grow together. It is important that a couple grows together in each of the areas.

Annette Nay, Ph.D.

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