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How to Make Friends Using Psychometric Compatibility

By Vera

Take a moment and think of your best friend. How did you meet them? Why do you like them? This article will explain how to make more great friends just like them by using the science of psychometric compatibility.

Friendship… is not something you learn in school. But if you haven’t learned the meaning of friendship, you really haven’t learned anything. ~Muhammad Ali

It’s all about compatibility

Back to your best friend: would you say you’re “compatible” with them? Compatibility is the foundation of lasting friendships, but what does it mean? And how can you find “compatible friends?”

Compatible friends are hard to find, but worth the effort.

Friends fall into several categories:

  1. Lifelong Friends
  2. Best Friends
  3. Close Friends
  4. Social Group
  5. Activity Friends
  6. Friends of Convenience
  7. Acquaintance Friends

Notice that compatibility is essential for the most rewarding friendship types. While you can be “friends” with any random neighbor or co-worker, very few people will have enough compatibility to become close or lifelong friends.

Making friends using psychometrics

Looking for psychometrically compatible friends means looking for people who you actually like being around and speaking with. But it doesn’t mean you share the same hobbies or like the same sports teams. One research experiment found that having mutual interests is among the least important factors in friendship chemistry.

Psychometric compatibility means your minds fit together in a way that is mutually rewarding and supporting, like two beautiful puzzle pieces coming together. Finding friends (especially as an adult) comes down to compatible personality types and compatible ways of expressing emotion. The above-mentioned experiment also found the top three most important factors for interpersonal chemistry are:

  1. Feeling that your friend really understands you
  2. Having similar values
  3. Having similar morals

How to find psychometrically compatible friends

First the bad news: you can’t tell if someone is psychometrically compatible just by looking at them. That means making compatible friends in person is going to take time, and you’re going to have some candidates that just don’t work out.

Now here’s the good news: there are new technologies that help find compatible friends for you, automatically. This means you can make friends online that are actually more compatible than friends you’ll find by trial and error at your local library or café.

How Vera finds compatible friends for you

Want to make amazing friends while learning more about yourself? The free Vera app was designed by psychology and relationship experts to introduce compatible people with the aim of establishing interesting conversations, friendships, or relationships. Meet people near you and around the world and learn what true psychometric compatibility feels like. Download the Vera app now or try our recommended free psychometric tests.

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