Get to Know Your Mate
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The Personality Extraction Profile Whether a male or female, it is critical that we use every opportunity and means we have available to choose our mate. Life is short and you don’t want to waste years on a dead end relationship, which will only cost you grief, time and money in the end. Many of our relationship problems could be avoided if we took a little more time when forming them. The Personality Extraction (PE) profile provides you with a way to begin this process. At the first intention of starting a relationship is when you begin your personality extraction. This rule applies to both sexes, though women need to be more cautious of the situations they place themselves in. Often, first dates are where a woman runs into unforeseen problems. That’s why it is important to apply the fundamentals of dating: know who you are dating, This tool consists of 572 questions which have been broken down into different workable formats, ranging from a one-month time frame to a 3-to-12 month time period. These workable formats have been made to give you some idea as to how to go about completing the book in its entirety. It is not recommended to try and complete the book in a hasty fashion. The one-month format is a reasonable for those who are willing to invest the time and mental interaction which is necessary to complete the Personality Extraction at this rapid, but realistic pace. The one-month process seems to display a true element of honesty while ultimately aiming to get the relationship off to a good start. But that choice is for you and your prospective mate to decide. Choosing a time frame for completion varies for each couple. The workable formats are just suggestions which will apply a reasonable completion date to look forward to. 1 month = 19 questions per day 3 months = 6 questions per day 6 months = 3 questions per day 9 months = 2 questions per day 1 year = 2 questions per day
- Xlibris, September 2010
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