Opposites Attract or Do They?

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In relationships, opposites often are attracted to each other.  They can make a good balance and bring excitement and intrigue to the relationship.  It would require some compromise though since they may have different views in many areas.  If they have drastically different personalities, that could pose a problem when it comes to values and decision-making.  It could also become a power struggle if they are both alphas.  Aggressive people are usually attracted to passive partners.  Couples with very similar personalities usually will get along well, since they may agree on most things.  It would be a safe option to select a person with a similar personality, habits and values, rather than the opposite.

Have you ever wondered why good girls are attracted to bad boys?  It’s the mystery, excitement and the challenge that they bring, being the opposite of themselves.  In friendships opposites would be a good mix, while in a marriage opposites could become a challenge if a couple isn’t able to compromise and respect their differences.

There are some good qualities that opposites can bring to a relationship.  Their different experiences and views may contribute to an open-minded and well-rounded couple.  The qualities one person possess that the other don’t, could actually benefit the relationship.  There may be instances where you will have to come to a middle ground whenever you don’t see eye-to-eye.  If a person has never dated their opposite, it may be worth trying something different just for a change and see where it goes.

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