Relationship Building Tools
Questions to Ask Your Potential Match
Helpful suggestions to get to know each other by Marjorie Buessing, a senior Matching Supporter
Foccus Couples Surveys
Facilitating Open Couple Communication, Understanding and Study
“Foccus-” 156 Question inventory designed to help prospective couples appreciate their unique relationship, learn more about themselves, and discuss topics important to their lifelong marriage. Online scoring and evaluation. 6 languages including Korean!
Prepare/Enrich Couples Surveys
“Prepare-” inventory for prospective couples to assess their values and approaches to communication, conflict resolution, faith, children, finances, life goals, and family background. Online scoring and evaluation.
172 Question Survey developed to assist individuals who are not currently in a committed relationship to identify potential trouble spots that may arise in future relationships. The READY Report can help you determine whether you are ready to be in a committed relationship and what areas you can personally work on to increase your chances for success in future relationships.
276 Question Survey identifying areas of strength and needs for improvement in a relationship. Online scoring and evaluation.
The Five Love Languages
Learn your prospective partner’s “language;” it may be different than yours! Dr. Gary Chapman
The Flag Page, developed by Mark Gungor, is your chance to see how you succeed in life, what motivates you most and how you’re different from the people close to you. It’s simple to do (5 minutes), easy to understand and best of all, gives you a vision for your future… where you will succeed and why. In a world that seems to always be looking for what’s wrong with you, isn’t it time you find out WHAT’S RIGHT ABOUT YOU?
Myers Briggs Personality Assessment
The Myers-Briggs Personality Assessment is the best-known and most trusted personality assessment tool available today. It is a self-reported instrument that measures personality preferences (not skills or abilities) and it is widely used throughout the world because of its high reliability and validity. The Myers-Briggs assessment has its roots in Carl Jung’s theory of psychological type. Katharine Briggs and her daughter, Isabel Briggs Myers, developed Jung’s theory and the first forms of the instrument, sharing a vision to enable individuals to grow through an understanding and appreciation of individual differences in healthy personality and to enhance harmony and productivity among diverse groups.
Pornography Resources & HighNoon.org
High Noon exists to create a culture of sexual integrity, joy, openness and true sexual intimacy. To provide sustainable pornography recovery and sexual integrity training services based on Unification Principles.