Click the link below to download “The Profile” personality test, and the Introduction of the book, “The Power of Personality Types in Love and Relationships” or take “The Profile” below.
The questions below can be used as a guideline to suggest as to what percentage you are between two categories in a relationship, either “Entitled” or “Support”. I would suggest taking this once for intimate relationships specifically, and again for work relationships. A person can be Support in their working relationships and an Entitled in their intimate relationship or vice versa. Both types have powerful qualities that add substance to all relationships based on the Taoist Philosophy of the Yin-Yang. Their meanings are explained in the introduction of the book, which can be downloaded from the link above.
The Profile is a series of questions that will help you to break down the qualities in each category you tend to favor. Choose just one number on the scale below each question that you feel represents what is typical of you. The plus and minus signs in the scale in no way represents good or bad value judgments, but are used for calculation purposes.
Paying close attention to the pluses and minuses (because they switch sides with questions 6, 8, 9, and 13 to avoid a pattern) tally up your score. If the result is in the positive, you are an Entitled; if it is in the negative, then you are a Support. Next take simply that number, without the plus or minus, and divide it in half, and add 50 to it. This is the percentage which represents how often you show up as the Entitled or the Support. So if your result is +18, then you are Entitled 59% of the time (18 /2 = 9 +50 =59). This means that in about 6 out of 10 circumstances you will act Entitled: and about 4 out of 10 times you will support someone else. Therefore, your most complementary match is someone who will act as a Support in 6 out of 10 circumstances, following your lead. If your partner is not within about 10 percentage points of the your opposite type, (in this case, approximately 59% Support), and a high percentage of couples are not; then take advantage of the communication exercises, as well as the other guidelines for creating harmony, in chapter eleven, Getting Along. That is because your personalities interacting together may naturally conflict so a higher level of awareness is required to harmonize with one another.
Keep in mind, the results may be biased based on your emotional state at the time you completed the Profile, so it is best to take this under a normal emotional state and not after a fight, a break up, or in the lust or “honeymoon” phase of a new relationship.
After taking the Profile click here to see the explanations of the personality types and your responses to the questions above.
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