Great partners develop a strong sense of partnership, where you feel like you do most things better together!There’s a trusting feeling of “I’ve got your back.” Plus, you easily bring out the best in each other, so really, you If you too easily to slip onto opposing teams, quickly get defensive with each other, or argue over even little things that require cooperation, it’s a sign that you don’t naturally play well together- something every bond needs to thrive over time.you’ve professed your undying love, you’ll stay on track to finding true love in record time!

Update: I have been made aware that some persons are unable to access the paper via Scribd, you can therefore click this link and download the PDF directly: Response to Jay Smith’s Mistakes. The paper has undergone some minor changes, which are listed in the paper under the title of, “Structure of the Paper”.

A formatting error for some headers were corrected, especially for Appendix B.

It’s important to realize that love really can be blind and it’s easy to haphazardly slide into a new relationship, riding the wave of happy hormones.

But you don’t want to go too far, too fast before making an honest assessment about whether your bond has what it takes to go the distance.

Around the 3-month mark, take a moment to settle into your heart and see what the real answers are to these Red Flag Compatibility Questions.

They will give you a sense of your Compatibility Quotient.

If there is a mis-match- it’s a critical situation, because one person will always feel insecure, pursuing the other for signs of love.

While the other partner is constantly retreating to a safe distance, feeling smothered.

New evidence reveals humans on Indonesian island 60,000 years earlier than previously thought.

New archaeological evidence has dramatically pushed back the accepted earliest human occupation of the Indonesian island of Sulawesi to more than 100,000 years ago – 60,000 years older than previously thought.

It has long been believed that humans first entered the island sometime between 40,000 and 60,000 years ago.