Melancholic men and women are naturally compatible. These couples are most likely to fall in love and marry and at the same time, they are also least likely to divorce. Read on to find out more about the Melancholic-Melancholic match and what you can expect from two Melancholics in a relationship together.
Melancholics are attracted to their own type far more than to any other personality type. This is a naturally compatible match and they are most likely to be happy in marriage, and least likely to divorce. Both partners are calm and relaxed and love to be social — they like bringing people together, which gives them a feeling that they are building a community. Working together, two Melancholics will be very effective and are likely to have a lot of close friends.
These people are not impulsive about anything. They learned from past mistakes and feel the need to prepare for the future. Security is on the top of their priority list – both will save money and when they need to spend, they will do so carefully.
Melancholic men and women are traditional and loyal. Two Melancholics will have shared values that they understand and respect; both will be devoted to the family, and will maintain family stability and security almost at any cost. They are patient people and even if they have some differences, they will be able to overlook them in order to follow the rules and make the marriage work. They don’t get bored easily, which helps them to be faithful to each other.
Despite their positives, both have fixed ideas of right and wrong ways of doing things. This makes them susceptible to arguing about such trivial matters, like how to mop the floor and cook food. This can be especially true when they grow old together or come into the partnership later on where they will both be very set in their ways.
Generally, two Melancholics have a great natural personality compatibility and are likely to be very happy with each other, with loving relationships that really do stand the test of time!
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