Most people don’t recognize incompatibility until it’s too late. They’ve already invested their selves in the relationship only to see their hearts broken a few months or years later. That is why knowing how compatible you and your partner is very important. You might think, compatibility match quizzes and factors are just for teens, grownups don’t care and just try everything to make their relationship work. This is wrong! Knowing if you are made for each other saves you lots of heartaches and even thousands of dollars for divorce. So here are some factors to consider to know your compatibility match.
I have always wondered why many men and women seem to put sexual compatibility low on their list of priorities, sexual incompatibility is one of the main relationship breakers. Sex is important in your life and relationship. Find out sexual compatibility by listing down all the things that you like and dislike sexually. Don’t be shy here with each other. Good communication skills are also very important when it comes to sex
There are lots of things to consider for emotional compatibility. On top of the list is how committed they are in the relationship. He might be looking in taking it slow and she might be too serious and that would be a problem. We should consider both our general natures and how we behave under stress to determine emotional compatibility. What happens when couples disagree is another indication that shouldn’t be ignored. If he typically withdraws from talking and she has a strong need to hash things out verbally, this couple is not emotionally compatible.
Deep discussions aren’t necessarily an indicator of intellectual compatibility (though they can be for people who enjoy them). Intellectual compatibility pertains to whether a couple has similar education levels and interests. Does this couple understand each other easily? Is each of them genuinely interested in the kinds of things their partner enjoys? I cant imagine a partnership with one being really dumb and one being very intelligent.
Religion is one of the touchy topics for everyone and sometimes religious belief makes or breaks a relationship. Even atheists have a spiritual position – that God does not exist. Other people are firmly convinced that there is a higher power guiding them, and they want a partner who feels the same. A couple should share the same religious belief or can compromise in it. Even if you share religious denominations, you should clearly state the degree to which you count on including religion in your life. If you and your significant other hail from different religions altogether, then the last thing I recommend is leaving this issue unattended. If you thought deciding on which kind of wedding you should have was a thorny issue, just wait until the children come up.
Since money troubles tops the list of relationship problems, couples should ensure they are financially compatible. If both are frugal, they’re likely to be compatible, but if one is a spender and one’s a saver, conflicts can arise. If your goal in life is to build an empire while hers is to donate half her income to charity, you may be headed for splitsville. On a related note, if you want her to be independent and on a solid financial footing but see that she is keen on being served on a silver platter, then you may be headed for an expensive divorce.
I can say that I’m lucky enough to find someone that is so compatible with me. We are both top in our class, we both have desires to be successful and to save money no matter what. We love romantic cuddling sex. But we also have our differences, like we have different religion. In determining compatibility match, remember that it doesn’t mean for you to be similar in all ways. Sometimes being opposites is more helpful. As for me as an example, my partner is quick to anger and I on the other hand have long patience, so it’s like yin yang. I guess, in the end you really don’t need to be perfect compatible. Two or three in our list would be great. Anyway, real compatibility match is how you can both compromise with each other.