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It’s All About You, and the Way You Do Relationships

Do opposites attract?

Do opposites attract? Sometimes they do, and sometimes they don’t. Someone who loves to take the lead might get along very well with someone who likes to “go with the flow.” However, someone who prefers order and routine, might not get along with someone who prefers change and variety.

The PAIR test has been a trusted personality inventory since 1963. It help users to learn more about themselves, in particular how their personal styles effect their relationships with those closest to them—whether their relationships be familial, romantic, or work related (or all three).

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Three Ways to Use the PAIR

Personal Strengths

Learn more about you and your strengths through the PAIR’s 19 different personality measures. In particular, learn how your styles compare with others, and how the way you perceive, and interact with, the world effects important relationships in your life.

Team Building

Build a compatible and effective team or group, and avoid personality conflicts before they start.

Love & Relationships

Learn why you and a loved one interact the ways you do. Find out how to capitalize on your strengths, and negotiate natural conflict areas.

A New Empowering Approach to Personality Testing

The PAIR test measures 19 Personality Traits. Unlike other tests, when you complete the PAIR your results can be displayed in connection with another’s results. To the right are PAIR results for five fictitious individuals: Mark, Kyle, Ronald, Tim, and Jamie. Revealed are areas where their relationship is likely harmonious and some areas where they might experience conflict.

By viewing personality styles in this way, these individuals can better understand one another and their relationships and learn how to prevent conflict before it arises.

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