Truity Launches A New Love Match Quiz

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Truity Launches a New Love Match Quiz to Lend Insight to Romantic Relationships

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The Short Version: Truity is a free resource where people can take research-backed personality tests and learn about themselves. The website has administered over 50 million tests and gained prominence thanks to its insightful results. By asking probing questions about a person’s motivations, beliefs, and preferences, Truity can determine how particular personality types can influence everything from career choices to relationship patterns. Truity recently launched a Love Match test based on Enneagram personality profiles to further enlighten daters about what they need in a partner.

Socrates once said “To know thyself is the beginning of wisdom.” That quote is not just useful as a bumper sticker or Facebook status — it’s also a solid dating strategy.

Personality is a key factor in relationship compatibility, so having a complete understanding of your own quirks, desires, and needs can eliminate about half the mystery in the love equation.

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Truity has helped over 50 million people learn more about themselves.

Truity can be a great resource for singles and couples who have questions about themselves and their relationships. The personality test website has the most popular and highly rated Enneagram test in the U.S. More than 50 million people have used its tests to figure out who they are and what they want.

To help in this journey of self-discovery, Truity has expanded its personality test options to include love-related insights. Its newly launched Love Match test was based on Enneagram personality types.

Truity studied the relationship successes, failures, and patterns of over 88,000 Enneagram test-takers to draw conclusions about ideal love matches. The resulting compatibility test can help people identify the important qualities in a romantic partner and date with greater discernment and understanding. The test results provide practical advice about how to succeed in a relationship with someone who is your type.

You don’t need to know your Enneagram type to take this free test, but it is helpful to know it in advance.

Truity can answer a lot of important questions about what makes people tick and how relationships work. Its thorough testing tools are the result of diligent research and analysis. Molly Owens earned a master’s degree in psychology and worked as a therapist before founding Truity in 2012. Her goal is to make personality assessments more accessible to people of all types.

“I hope they help people to understand that having a great relationship isn’t about finding some secret formula to compatibility, but rather about awareness,” Molly said. “Understanding what you’re truly looking for, what you bring to the table, and being attentive to how your relationship grows and changes — that’s the key to being really compatible.”

Know Thyself: How Free Test Results Inform the Dating World

Truity’s free Enneagram Love Match test aims to take matchmaking to a new level by using the Enneagram personality system and smart algorithms. The scientifically validated test takes less than 10 minutes to complete and can provide insight on the core characteristics of relationship compatibility.

The Enneagram personality test shares insights on a person’s behavioral patterns, and then the Love Match test explores relationship patterns through the Enneagram lens.

After answering questions about your ideal partner, you’ll receive test results that include your ideal partner’s Enneagram type and relationship advice based on that type.

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Certain Enneagram personality types naturally pair well together.

“Whether we’re conscious of it or not, most of us have a ‘type,’ which often stems from our childhood experiences,” Molly told us. “The people we choose often speak to deep emotional patterns that we may not even be aware of. The Enneagram is uniquely able to shed light on these patterns.”

The Enneagram is a world-famous system of personality that has been vetted by psychology professionals and business leaders. It has been instrumental in helping individuals understand their unconscious motivations, and it can also uncover the fears and insecurities behind their actions. Taking the Enneagram test with a partner can be a good way to start a conversation about important subject matters and cultivate more empathy for one another.

By incorporating love into this system, Truity has expanded into new territory and provided a way for singles to identify important dating criteria and figure out what they need in a potential partner.

“Our hope with creating a relationship quiz based on the Enneagram is that it will help people tap into these fundamental drives,” Molly said. “If you’ve ever wondered why you keep ending up with versions of the same person or acting out the same conflict, the Enneagram is the best way to understand that dynamic.”

Chartering a Science-Based Path to Romantic Compatibility

Truity identified relationship patterns for each Enneagram type by conducting a survey of more than 88,000 Truity Enneagram test-takers. The survey found a lot of interesting tidbits about how personality type influences relationship satisfaction.

Enneagram 1 is the Perfectionist personality type, and the respondents in this type showed signs of serial monogamy. Over 62% of the Enneagram 1s surveyed said they were in a serious relationship, which has the highest pairing rate across all personality types.

Enneagram 2s expressed the highest levels of relationship satisfaction — over half of the respondents with this personality type said they were happy with their partner. This personality type is also known as The Giver, so the generous, caregiving nature seems to shine in a relationship.

On the other end of the spectrum, Enneagram 4s — or the Individualist — were more likely to be single and less likely to be happy if in a relationship. That jibes with this personality type’s strong independent streak.

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The website provides a fleet of free questionnaires based on psychology research.

The Enneagram compatibility test isn’t the only love-related questionnaire on the Truity website. Other quizzes use different personality systems to provide another perspective on relationship success. The TypeFinder Love Match test, which is based on the Myers-Briggs theory, has been taken over 1 million times.

Myers-Briggs tests have been used for everything from job interviews to first date icebreakers, so it makes sense to incorporate these insights into a romantic context.

This test asks participants to identify the qualities that are most desirable and undesirable in a relationship partner. Is it important that your ideal partner loves to party? Likes to talk about emotion? Keeps a clean house? Test-takers respond to such questions to provide a well-rounded picture of the personality type they are looking for. The results are driven by personal preferences, not inborn compatibility.

“It’s not so much about finding the type that some expert says is your match, it’s about finding the person who matches what you want,” Molly said.

Truity Puts Your Ideal Type to the Test

Self-knowledge is essential for success in multiple aspects of life. It’s not just the key to wisdom — it can also be the key to love. A healthy relationship requires partners to recognize their strengths and weaknesses and maintain clear communication regarding their emotional needs.

Truity can help individuals gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their partners, and all it takes is a free personality test to get started.

The newly released Love Match test has taken a unique approach to identifying compatibility. The test asks individuals to set their own priorities and imagine their perfect partner, and then it generates a personality profile that fits their stated criteria. If you want to put your relationship to the test, you can run through these questions and find your own answers in the love department.

“When you’ve taken the time to explore your own personality, you can be honest and open with your partner. And then the next level is understanding more about what you really need in a partner,” Molly explained. “Our goal with developing these tests was to help people really understand what they’re looking for in a partner, and how to make that work for them.”

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