Friday, December 9, 2011

Talk About Hitting The Nail On The Head..

So, out of sheer boredom, and a bit of curiosity, I took an assessment like quiz a few moments ago. What caught my eye and convinced me to take this was the statement before it. It stated to take this "psychological assessment to tell you what you really want versus what you say you want." Got me. I take it, and this is what I got as the results:


Your scores on the "Lost in Translation Test" suggest that you want a man who's "highly accomplished, moderately embraces outward physical chemistry and is highly driven."


According to relationship experts, what you seem to be looking for is a "PROTECTOR

A protector is well-poised to meet the hidden or unspoken needs you might actually be trying to fill in a search for a relationship. A protector is...

  • Someone with a strong sense of self, purpose and importance that lends itself to bolstering your personal identity, sense of worth and even social image.
  • Someone who can provide you (and any present or future children) with financial stability that is or has been lacking in your life.
  • Someone who'll make you feel young and alive, and who'll renew your passion for life by opening your eyes to new experiences and opportunities.
  • Someone who's ready and able to give you freedom and support for your personal or professional goals.
  • Someone who can be vulnerable and unafraid to show kindness and physical affection and emotional connection to you in public.
  • Someone with strong self-control and patience, who'll consult your feelings and preferences rather than be domineering and controlling.
  • Someone who'll always strive to make you feel attractive, desirable and loved by giving you undivided attention and a sense of physical security.
  • Someone strives for longevity by being true to a physically and psychologically healthy lifestyle, which includes taking pride in his appearance and working at being physically attractive to you.

So accurate, that it's almost uncanny,..

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