The questions took me about 25 minutes. A lot of them had two statements and a sliding bar between them. I got through them all and then checked out the results:
Analysis of your values
The analysis of your personal values shows that you prefer change to stability. You like new and different experiences – and you also want to be independent in what you do, what you think and what you feel.
So you get more from looking after your own interests than from taking care of other people.
For your relationship to last, you need to have share values with your partner. Your most important values are these: Excitement, Power.
Analysis of your outlook
You have a romantic view of love. Romance is important, even though you are quite modern in how you think relationships should work.
You cope well with routine and daily tasks – and you like to live a calm, quiet life.
You are actively looking for a partner right now – you’re definitely ready to commit and be faithful and would expect the same in return.
Sex is very important in your relationship – all the more so because you like to experiment in the bedroom.
You set firm boundaries for your children and are careful not to be over-friendly with them.
To you, money doesn’t mean happiness – you don’t think it’s necessary at all. That said, you like to spend your money as you please.
The more your views and your ideal partner’s views match, the more chance you have of getting on well.
Analysis of your personality
Given your most obvious qualities, it would be great for you to meet the kind of partner:
Who appreciates your need for time spent one-to-one rather than being with lots of people.
Who shares his feelings with you and feels good about you expressing yours.
Who listens to you and supports you in practical ways when times get tough.
Who’s able to accommodate when you stick to your guns.
Who’s happy with your direct, straight way of communicating.
Who can be intuitive.
Who is as organised and conscientious as you are.
Who sees your relationship as long-term.
Who looks at the positive side of things and is optimistic.
Who welcomes your emotions and expresses his freely.
You’d also really like it if your future partner:
Is able to emotionally invest in the relationship.
Lets you cherish and take care of him.
Spends his free time as he wants to, without needing to spend every moment with you.
Is happy to make joint plans for the future.
Likes to be physically affectionate.
Shares your intellectual interests and is able to talk to you on a wide range of subjects.
Is it right? Does it sum me up?
I didn’t really think power was one of my most important values. I agree with the bit about romance: it is important to me. I long to have some romance in my life.
The ‘analysis of my outlook’ was more right than wrong, but it all seems common sense. Normal stuff that could probably apply to most people. Does everyone get the same outlook analysis? If anyone is reading this who has done it can you paste yours into the comments below – I’d love to see if anyone gets anything completely different.
The bottom section, traits I would like my future partner to have, seem obvious too. They are all things I would like in a partner and I struggle to comprehend there are people out there who don’t want someone who welcomes your emotions and expresses his freely. Or who is happy to make joint plans for the future. Or listens to you and supports you in practical ways when times get tough.
So my big question is…. Is it just a gimmick? A way to extract cash from people looking for love? I’d love to hear your thoughts.