|MY E-HARMONY PROFILE (wow it's long) but I think it's good!|
This is really bizarre! A lot of it is true like all of it! Melissa and I, for fun way back in the beginning of our relationship, did the e-harmony survey to see how compatible we were. It gave us a lot of information about the other person which was helpful for compatibility. It's kind of weird to think that they will find you someone based on "data" but I don't know maybe it works?! When you go to eharmony.com they show a buncha married couples. Weird!
By analyzing your answers to the
Relationship Questionnaire we have created the following Personality
Profile. Everyone has a set of subconscious wants and desires that
drive their choices and attitudes. By asking you questions about a wide
range of emotional issues, this report has established general patterns
in your values.
Some of the following information may seem inaccurate or incomplete.
Remember, that this profile is a snapshot of your personality at a
specific moment. It is not intended as an in-depth analysis of your
complete being, but as a tool to aid in self-discovery.
• You have a high trust level for others. Occasionally you may
have trusted too much and was "stung" in the process. Your natural
optimism, however, tends to pull you out of such slumps.
• You have a strong feeling of optimism, considered favorably
by most people around you. Your perception is that the bottle is
half-full rather than half-empty.
• You have to be with people. This extends into the need to gain
popularity, achieve social recognition and influence those people
around you. The "bottom-line" is a strong people orientation.
• You may be rather emotional; that is, one will generally know
how you are feeling, whether good or bad, because you let others
know your moods easily.
• You have a strong sense of humor. You usually know when
to lighten a difficult situation, amuse and
Each person has a unique way of communicating. We use a combination of
body language, facial expression, verbal tone and word choice to share
ourselves with others. The following statements offer a look at the
natural behavior you bring to an interpersonal relationship.
• You have a natural, outgoing style that some have labeled as the
"natural salesperson." You are generally likable, talkative and socially
assertive. Your primary intent is convincing or persuading people.
• One of your great strengths is your ability to communicate and talk
readily. Since all strengths may be overused at times, you may sometimes talk too much.
• You can generate enthusiasm in yourself and in other people. Your
enthusiasm, often contagious, involves many people in a social activity
who might not ordinarily become involved.
• You show sympathy to the feelings and needs of others. Your natural
empathy style may draw others to you.
• You are a natural communicator. You love to talk, offer jokes and make
sure that everyone is having a good time. This trait is especially evident at
functions and outings.
• Poised, confident, persuasive and impressive are descriptors for
you. You are usually capable of speaking in a comfortable manner.
Many different factors determine the communication styles with which
you are most comfortable. Some individuals thrive on the challenge of
pointed criticism, while others are at their best in a nurturing
environment where criticism is offered as a suggestion for improvement.
Each of us has a unique set of requirements and preferences. Below is a
list of communication styles that will mesh well with your own. Having
a partner who understands and practices these traits is important to
your long-term happiness.
• Be stimulating, fun-loving, and fast-moving.
• Leave plenty of time for socializing and relating.
• Offer immediate rewards for accomplishments.
• Get to the bottom line of the problem and speak at a rapid pace.
• Share specific ideas to carry out an action.
• Use confrontation when disagreement exists.
• Talk about expectations.
• Provide solid, yes or no answers--don't say maybe.
• Understand a defiant nature, and know it is not malicious
• Be precise bout the use of time for an active and busy person.
• Plan interactions which support dreams and goals.
• Flatter ego.
Following are some of the specific strengths and/or personal
characteristics that you bring to a relationship. These may form the
foundations of many of your friendships and dealings with other people.
Some will seem obvious, but you may be surprised by others. Take a
moment to reflect on each and consider what role it may have played in
your past successes, and even failures.
• You are very good at communicating with others and seeing their point of view.
• You are a big thinker with big plans and a big image that usually carries through.
• You like to resolve issues well the first time, and then move on.
• You tend to be self-reliant and not enjoy relying solely on others.
• You meet new people easily and are good at making them feel welcome.
• You don't get bogged down when the going gets tough in a relationship.
You have an excellent sense of humor and tend to see humor in events spontaneously.
• You are passionate about your ideals.
• You tend to give others a sense of self-reliance and strength in a relationship.
• You are good at motivating others toward positive goals.
• You are skilled at finding "win-win" solutions when conflicts arise.
In general, human beings are defined by their needs and individuals by
their wants. Your emotional wants are especially important when
establishing with whom you are compatible. While answering the
Relationship Questionnaire you established a pattern of basic,
subconscious wants. This section of the report was produced by
analyzing those patterns. Our wants change as we mature and obtain our
life goals. You may find it valuable to revisit this section
periodically to see how your wants have changed.
You may want:
• More time in the day for both work and play.
• As much travel as possible: short trips, long trips and excursions.
• A variety of activities.
• Freedom from many controls and limitations of creativity.
• Others to work and play as hard as you do.
• Activities involving contact with many people.
• Many and varied activities.
• A social environment spiced with change.
• Recognition of skills and ability.
• Support of your ideas and dreams.
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