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Top Synergy examines the long-term commitment of individuals to their relationships through two different lenses:

a) the individual's incentive to commit both now and in the future; and

b) the individual's capacity to live up to this commitment.


From the initial angle of "do I want to commit?", commitment is equivalent to a conscious decision whereby one cares for another and wishes to maintain the relationship. The individual deems the relationship valuable enough to invest the energy it requires over time.

However, even though the search for commitment is based on the deeply instilled human need for security and predictability, a strong and prolonged commitment requires that we maintain confidence in both ourselves and our partners.  How many of us trust ourselves?  By extension, how many of us can wholeheartedly trust others?  Hence the question "can I commit?"

Top Synergy analyzes three aspects of the commitment component of a relationship:

1) The ability of an individual to make a long-term commitment;

2) The same applies to the other individual;

3) The intensity attributable to a relationship that is only possible when both parties gain meaningful values and assets from their capacity to commit.

What types of relationships require commitment? What types of relationships require commitment?

Actually, all successful long-term relationships are made possible only by the presence of a mutual commitment, or they will eventually fail.  Common examples are: marriage, tight partnership and friendship. Actually, all long-term relationships strive upon mutual commitment. Common illustrations are: marriages, close knit partnerships and friendships.

What if I am strongly committed to my partner while he does not show this type of sentiment? What if I my commitment to my partner is one-sided?

We would not go here into the complex field of relationship counseling.  Just remember that life goes on and offers ample opportunities to continue our growth and development.  Top Synergy offers you the tools to predict this behavior pattern in future relationships.  Also, we are sure that you will detect the lack of commitment on your partner's side once you will enter his birth data in your Relationships Dashboard. Most important - don't take your partner's behavior personally.  Many people have an all-encompassing challenge with commitment, may it be career-oriented or in their relationships.  This phenomena relates to lack of coordination (disharmony) between that individual's goals (blueprint), plan of execution and tools to serve the plan.

Long-term relationships have a hard time surviving without mutual commitment.  Even if one feels that his or hers commitment is strong enough to support the relationship, this unilateral power has the tendency to erode over time.  Remember, however that life goes on and offers ample opportunities.  Crunch your current relationship through the Relationship Analyst™.  We feel certain that you will detect your partner's lack of commitment, but at the same time - you will gain confidence in using Top Synergy's tools to identify your future successful relationships.

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