Opposites attract. It’s the age old mantra. It can be amusingly true: the very tall guy ends up with the chic who is five foot two, counting her four inch heals! The lively conversationalist may end up with a pensive, date, who listens well and asks good questions.
Many times opposites are drawn to each other because they value the other person’s strengths. A healthy dating relationship will strengthen each person’s strengths. Communicating what is great about how one partner is different from the other is a great way to strengthen each other’s confidence. It is good to remind each other that your strengths are appreciated. For example, if one person is always on time, the other may complain about it in the moment. Once the mad dash to leave the house is over, tell them how great it is that they are so timely.
If a person is a great listener, someone who loves to talk may not realize that the listener knows their life story, while they have only begun to know a few things about the listener. These types of “opposites attract” situations can be make or break in the beginning of a relationship. Both people need to realize that their personality or tendencies can be strengths and weaknesses at the same time. The listener in this example has a great asset: they have a skill most people lack. They will learn much about others that most would never discover or remember.
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