I’ve met a lot of couples — happy and unhappy. I feel pretty safe in stating that the happier pairings are people who share at least one Color of their first two Colors in the Four Windows Color Spectrum. For example, a Gold-Blue married to an Orange-Blue share the harmony-seeking of their idealistic Blueness and, in fact, share even more because the “apparently opposite” Gold and Orange are not opposite when it comes speaking concretely to each other. Healthy and creative synergy should happen naturally for this couple.
However, compatibility can be harder to achieve when neither party shares a Color in the first two Colors of the spectrum. A Green-Gold paired with an Orange-Blue may find it exceedingly difficult to communicate easily. In this case, the serious task-oriented Green-Gold must try to interface every single day with the impetuous, constantly fun-loving Orange-Blue. The obvious “plus” for this relationship is a penchant for winning and for getting things done efficiently. Such a pair might run a small family business like a well-oiled machine, it would seem. If this relationship is on fire and is worked on carefully every day, the couple can surely brag that each partner “completes” the other — and how wonderful that must be.
Do you share a Color with your mate? How is that working out? Do you not share a Color? Tell me about your interaction.