Oct 09, 2012 at 10:21PM EDT
Even though relationships and friendships develop differently, I’ve noticed within my own friend group that complementary personalities more often clash than harmonize, if that makes any sense. My friend I mentioned earlier has his emotionalism actually conflict quite a bit with his girlfriend’s more detached, even angry, disposition. This difference is the source of much contention, but on the whole, their relationship is great, and even strengthened by “opposites attracting.” Maybe I’m just repeating myself here, but I guess the larger question is this: in a comparison between complementary couples and similar couples, who has the greater chance of “making it?” And, further, how do each of those respectively match up with longevity in complementary friendships and personally similar friendships? Again, sorry for this response taking so long. And, by the way, I forgot what I was going to add on earlier. So…my bad.
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