The 4 temperament in love theory, according to analysts, states that an individual acts always, according to his/her own temperament, being very difficult to change it, knowing that we are the product of a mix of two or three of them. We can study our relationships having these temperaments into account and realize how we act the way we do (most often unconscious of it) with whom we most love.To those who''ve never heard of it, the four temperaments are:- Phlegmatic: slow, week willed;- Melancholic: gets easily hurt, needs plenty of romance;- Blood willed: talks a lot, promises many things and doesn''t keep the promises;- Choleric: explosive, intolerant, strong willed, hard to oppose.These are the Temperaments and a few of their examples. You have yours, your counterpart has his/hers. Very often those temperaments originate a lot of conflicts. To avoid this, you should:1st - Find out which is your temperament;2nd - Find out which temperament your lover has;3rd - Understand why he/she did something you didn''t like and see that many times he/she did it without being aware that it might hurt you, it was a natural instinct thing.4th - Try to do things your better half would like you to do and that he/she would take has coming from him/herself.5th - BE HAPPY.If each of you does a little part, you''ll be very happy. Remember, you''re with him/her to make him/her happy in the first place.If both of you think that way, the path to romantic happiness is certain!