• Hi! And welcome to my Suggestibility Questionaire Test. I'll be using advanced logic and knowledge to determine your true Suggestibility. This will determine whether you are an Emotional Suggestible person or a physical suggestible person. Much of our behavior in relationships has been programmed from childhood. Dr. John Kappas evolved the theory of Physical and Emotional suggestibility. This is a broad overview of the concepts and descriptions of these different suggestibilities. Suggestibility is learned from the secondary caretaker, generally a father figure. With suggestibility defined as how we take things in and therefore influences our behavior. As a child, the first person that the infant is in contact with is the mother, or primary caretaker. The child also learns that there is a second person around (secondary caretaker) who is usually the father figure. The child begins to model the father as a way to learn how to relate to the primary caretaker. The child learns as an infant that it’s very survival depends on having a good relationship with the primary caregiver. The key point here is not how father actually was, but how the child perceived the father figure. Also, how did the secondary caretaker relate to the child? If the secondary caretaker is a Physical suggestible, then the child will model physical suggestibility (closeness, physical touching, etc.) If the role model was an Emotional suggestible, then the child will model emotional suggestibility (someone who is comfortable with distance). Our suggestibility is usually set between the ages of 13-15. We have both Physical and Emotional suggestibility in us, however, there is usually a more dominate one that determines our behavior. Emotionals tend to internalize their emotions, while Physicals tend to externalize their behavior. Now why would this affect our relationships? Well, it really is true that opposites attract. This actually forms a stronger and more lasting relationship because one partner’s strengths may be the other partner’s weaknesses and therefore they can compliment each other and they both feel complete and whole. Sounds like a match made in heaven, however, if you look at the statistics today regarding a divorce rate of over 50% it is obvious that it can not be that simple. The real trick is to keep the relationship in the “honeymoon” stage. At this stage of the relationship there is a powerful romantic connection between the two, passionate sex, seductive glances across crowded rooms, perhaps even love letters are exchanged. There is a profound sense of having found the “missing pieces” of themselves and feeling complete and satisfied. Both people accept and enjoy the opposites qualities that they themselves may be lacking. SO Take the test.. Once we determine you suggestibility.. you see what that all means to you. Good luck!