You can save yourself from this kind of future heartache by looking for someone you already have lots in common with to date.
Then, take your dream vacation together and celebrate what you both love doing as a couple.
First, realize that you aren’t looking for your twin in a date.
I’m not suggesting you have to like all of the exact same things; just know that if you can’t find much in common with someone, you’ll be faced with an extremely bumpy road filled with negotiation during your relationship.
Often, it’s the little things that can ruin an otherwise-great relationship, such as picking fights and arguing over one thing after another with your mate.
Pretty soon, one last, petty disagreement blows the whole thing out of proportion and the relationship dies a slow, painful death, one tiny argument at a time.
The carefree, artsy woman is drawn to the conservative banker for his wonderful time management skills and love of order.
I’m dating a fantastic guy and we are truly very happy, but from the outside we seem totally mismatched.
I am a yoga teacher, vegetarian and never go near the gay bar scene. But rather, can two people who share very little in common (other than love for each other) have long-term success?
The first words of your question are the key for me, “I’m dating a fantastic guy …
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