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How important is it to have things in common?
Or, well, let me rephrase. What do you think are the habits, interests, and lifestyle choices that are deal-breakers in a relationship, and what are the differences that won’t necessarily be a hindrance to long-term compatibility?
My boyfriend and I care about each other, enjoy each others’ company, like cooking and going on adventures, watching silly movies, and cuddling. I trust him, feel safe with him, and he makes me happy.
BUT. But but but. While he is happiest out with his buddies at a bar, drinking, I’m happiest at home with a close friend and a glass of sparkling, er, seltzer. While he loves watching sports or gory action flicks, I’d prefer to read or watch cooking shows. While he’s a night owl, I’m most myself in the morning. The list goes on…
Where do you draw the line and decide that even if you love each other, it’s not enough to overcome the differences? Tomayto, tomahto, I don’t want to call the whole thing off just yet!!!
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