The personality test that reveals if your relationship will last

What if there was a test that could tell you if your relationship will go the distance?

Dating is tough and sometimes you can be in a relationship for years before you realise that 'the one' isn't the one for you. But, this personality test could potentially save you a lot of time.

Biological anthropologist and sex researcher, Helen Fisher, PhD has developed a free personality test that can tell you if your relationship is made to last. 

According to her website, The Anatomy of Love, this personality test has been taken by over 14 million people across 40 different countries. 

The quiz tests four different key areas to determine which of the four we express more: Explorer (those who primarily express the traits linked with the dopamine system), Builder (those who primarily express the traits linked with the serotonin system), Director (those who primarily express the traits linked with the testosterone system) and Negotiator (those who primarily express the traits linked with the oestrogen system).

Helen's website details that she initially designed the test to "enable men and women to understand basic aspects of themselves and their romantic partners, as well as who they are most likely to be most attracted to, and their likely compatibility with this soul mate. But you can also use this questionnaire to understand the basic personality style of your employers, colleagues, clients, friends, even parents, children and other kin."

After taking the test, you will find your "personality signature" and get more of an insight to how your style of thinking and behaving can influence your romantic relationships and their future. 

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