The LoveMatch Personal Values Questionnaire draws out broad ranging issues which affect two people in forming an ongoing relationship and living together. Some of these questions are so critical to a successful relationship that where respondents give totally different answers, the likelihood of a successful relationship is negligible and no match is given.
This questionnaire also acts to draw out a person’s deepest wants and desires in a relationship. This picture of your personal traits is subdivided into 12 categories. Within each category, each potential match is assessed to determine if there is a strong likelihood of them being able to forge a successful relationship. The following 12 categories of personal values are ranked in order of their importance to the long-term personal compatibility potential of a LoveMatch and form an integral part of our comprehensive matching process.
1. Character: That which makes a person believe they are right or wrong in what they do and to act it out accordingly.
2. Independence: The ability to think, act and grow of your own accord without an undue reliance upon others.
3. Physicality: The physical values of a person and those desired in another person.
4. Parenting: The desire for an ongoing role in raising your own children or assisting a new partner to raise theirs.
5. Evolution: The state of an individual’s knowing from what they have learned during the total of all of their lives on earth and time in the spiritual world.
6. Habits: Values or traits of a person repeated without conscious thought with little accord to the situation in which they are used.
7. Honesty in a Relationship: The ability to express your needs to your partner, other than in an angry way, whilst recognising that those needs change and need to be re-expressed. In a relationship, honesty extends to thoughts, feelings and desires and the ability to match your words to your actions.
8. Health: The state of a body as a result of the physical and emotional conditions in a person's life.
9. Demonstrative: The ability to express and reciprocate to others, usually feelings of good will.
10. Sexual Compatibility: Where two people are able to find a way to express their passion for each other sexually.
11. Environmental Awareness: Where people demonstrate their selflessness through acting out of care and concern for something bigger and beyond themselves.
12. Idealism: A belief that doing what is right is more important than compromise just to satisfy the needs of others.