My husband and I have nothing in common—and that’s why our relationship works
Forget Common Interests, Successful Relationships Need Something More - Maxim
Alix Spiegel. One Friday night, 30 men and 30 women gathered at a hotel restaurant in Washington, D. Their goal was love, or maybe sex, or maybe some combination of the two. They were there for speed dating. The women sat at separate numbered tables while the men moved down the line, and for two solid hours they did a rotation, making small talk with people they did not know, one after another, in three-minute increments. I had gone to record the night, which was put on by a company called Professionals in the City, and what struck me was the noise in the room. The sound of words, of people talking over people talking over people talking.
Dating someone with different interests
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Reading a lot of threads on this board as well as listening to people in real life about compatibility with a romantic partner or potential one , its seems like such a common theme that ones partner has common interests and that this is high on the list of criteria that could make or break a relationship While I certainly see where they are coming from to some extent, on the other hand, I really can't figure out why a lack of common interest would be that big of a deal. So basically, if a guys wants his GF to take part in one of his favorite hobbies or activities, then in exchange for that, why doesn't he take part in an activity that his GF wants to do and just take turns. Sure, one of the partners might get bored while the other other is having fun, but knowing that next time they will switch taking turns, I really dont see why this can't be done.
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