If Rome wasn’t built in a day, why should love?
Do problems in the bedroom spell doom for relationships? It depends on your ‘sexpectations’
Do problems in the bedroom spell doom in a long-term relationship? It depends on what you believe, according to Jessica Maxwell, a PhD candidate and social psychology researcher at the University of Toronto. Maxwell analyzed the sexual belief systems of 1,900 individuals for a new study published online in the Journal of Personality and Social…
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I still remember the first question to my boyfriend after asking how he was: What are you looking for in a relationship?
This became the most important question because in the three elements he identified, I learned so much about him. We established from the beginning that we had common morals and values. However, as our relationship progressed, I found out that our interests weren’t always the same. In fact, we had more differences than commonalities. He is into rock music, I like dance. He is into horror, I like roller coasters. It was easy for my mind to go back to those teenage magazine quizzes and think that we failed because we do not like the same cookie (or something else that was very minuscule).
I freaked out and asked Superman what we had in common. He said our love for adventure, good stories and adrenaline. I sat back and was in shock that I could have missed this. It truly demonstrated that the minuscule things do not matter and it is so much better to have the most important things in common. If anything, our differences make our story that much more interesting.
So forget having the same favourite moving, song, whatever. If you want all of that, date yourself.
The Modern Day Fairy Godmother