We all have our faults and differences. And we need to accept them. But before we can do all these, we need to realize what they are. We need to know if they will get in the way of the relationship or if they’re something that we’re prepared to live happily ever after with. If we want a long-term relationship, it would be best if we talk about these things. Talking about serious matters isn’t easy. It’s something that we really don’t want to do, especially when we’re happy in our relationship. We’re usually worried that we’ll spoil everything. But the thing is, we don’t know who it is we’re really dealing with if we don’t ask. Following are relationship questions for both men and women. These questions, when answered both truthfully and honestly are critical for a solid relationship foundation. Of course, there are no right or wrong answers, the answers are based on where you’re at mentally, spiritually, emotionally, and sexually. Please use this Relationship Test to begin a serious dialog with your significant other.
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- What determines a “good” man?
- How will you know when you find one?
- What’s the difference between a “good” man, a “great man”, and a man “of purpose”?
- Are you personally prepared for him? How so?
- Are you willing and able, at this point in your life, to articulate the “skeletons” in your closet?
- Are you confident from the values you possess to attract the man you’re looking for? What are those values?
- How are you developing your own purpose in life?
- Is your purpose “bigger” than you or is it “all” about you?
- If you feel you’re ready for a committed relationship are you willing to sacrifice?
- If you can’t find the one you’re looking for, would you be content to be single the rest of you life?
- Are you looking for a companion or a wife?
- What are the specific qualities that you want her to possess?
- Do you expect her to be intimate BEFORE you commit to her?
- If she’s not ready for intimacy are you willing to wait?
- Are you prepared for a mate spiritually, financially, and sexually (i.e.; the blue pill or the red pill)?
- If you could change something about yourself to make you more appealing to your potential mate, what would it be?
- Can you honestly identify your “strengths” and your “weaknesses” to your potential mate?
- As a man, what is your purpose in life? Why are you here? Where are you going?
- Are you consistently candid with the people in your circle about the type of woman you want or does your description of her change based on who it is you’re talking to?
- Have you owned up to, and can you articulate the “skeletons” in your closet?