CQ: Learn the Secret of Lasting Love by Glenn D. Wilson

By Glenn D. Wilson

Based at the ideas of the IQ attempt, the Compatibility Quotient (CQ), measurable throughout the attempt integrated during this publication, bargains perception into how well suited fans, associates, or even potential companions are to one another. based in order that test-takers won't be aware of a partner’s solutions, the attempt evaluates a test-taker’s belief of what makes an excellent courting and what values are most vital. Discussions of the improvement and effect of the attempt ponder how could make the main of the similarities and alterations stumbled on within the try and the way to exploit the CQ to enhance communique.

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Go to Question 322 I enjoy them if it’s practical and acceptable where I live. Go to Question 328 I can’t imagine life without having a pet. Go to Question 334 How religious would you say you are? I’m active and committed to my religion. Go to Question 311 I go to church or a place of worship sometimes. Go to Question 317 I worship in private. Go to Question 323 I’m not really religious and never worship. Go to Question 329 I’d say I was actively anti-religious. Go to Question 335 How experienced are you sexually?

I’m active and committed to my religion. Go to Question 191 I go to church or a place of worship sometimes. Go to Question 197 I worship in private. Go to Question 203 I’m not really religious and never worship. Go to Question 209 I’d say I was actively anti-religious. Go to Question 215 How experienced are you sexually? I am still a virgin. Go to Question 192 To be honest I’m rather inexperienced. Go to Question 198 I’ve had no complaints so far. Go to Question 204 I would class myself as an experienced lover.

Go to Question 417 The best description of me would be far right. Go to Question 423 How do you feel about keeping pets? I hate them (or am allergic to them). Go to Question 400 I don’t really like them. Go to Question 406 Some I like, others I don’t. Go to Question 412 I enjoy them if it’s practical and acceptable where I live. Go to Question 418 I can’t imagine life without having a pet. Go to Question 424 How religious would you say you are? I’m active and committed to my religion. Go to Question 401 I go to church or a place of worship sometimes.

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