The Shared Values & Couple’s DISC offers couples a unique opportunity to enrich their relationship. The composite report will show how a couple’s shared values scores relate to couple satisfaction in a relationship. A couple that scores 64% agreement or higher has reached couple satisfaction. Couple satisfaction is a way to describe the quality of a relationship.
All relationships need regular attention and enrichment. The Shared Values Report and Couple’s DISC will cover the most significant areas of a relationship that influences the quality of a relationship. The statistical data from Life in Motion Relationships Inventory (LIMRI) shows that couples older than thirty-three years of age will score higher in shared values, while couples younger than thirty-three will often need to enrich this area of their relationship.
Shared values are the glue to long-term relationships. Couples that stay together have learned to incorporate shared values in areas such as finances, parenting and faith. Establishing these types of values in your relationship is like developing a strategy or mission statement for a business. Values allow a couple to stay grounded in a shifting climate of social values and beliefs that are contrary to the Scriptures.
The Shared Values Report consists of up to fifty statements depending on your parenting responsibilities and relationship status. Values statements include areas such as finances, faith and family. The report will help couples discuss areas of their relationship that are life giving or identify areas that need attention or improvement. The growth plans and worksheets will help couples to discover new ways to enrich or improve the quality of their relationship.
Demographic questions create a personalized inventory and worksheets based upon your relationship status. The statements will read: boy/girlfriend for dating couples, fiancé for engaged couples and spouse for married couples.
You will receive a personalized report, growth plans and worksheets.
Strength worksheets help couples to celebrate their Agreement (strengths) in multiple categories of engagement.
Improvement/Disagreement worksheets use Scriptures, Discussion Questions and Practical Applications that allow a couple to discuss area of disagreement and learn new ways to develop shared values in their relationship.
A relationship needs shared values like respect, honor and trust. These values are the glue that will allow couples to thrive when facing various type of negative influences including challenges in health, finances, extended family relationships or an unexpected crisis.
The DISC assessment is a great way for couples to discover what is best and good about himself/herself and each other. A healthy relationship celebrates each other’s unique personality traits. Couples will answer twenty-eight statements such as: I am most determined, I am least easy-going or My spouse is most determined, my spouse is least easy-going.
The DISC is an acronym for Dominance, Influence, Steady, and Conscientious.
The D characteristic—quick decision making, task oriented and unwavering determination.
The I characteristic—high value on relationships and fun.
The S characteristic—stability, process and loyalty.
The C characteristic—a commitment to excellence and critical thinking.
The Personal Application will help couples to discuss how their DISC patterns bring blessing and challenge to their relationship.