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If one of you is neat and the other messy, you keep each other from becoming too anal/slob-like. If you just can't possibly see how someone can have a different point of view than you, your partner, being unlike you, can often get you to see the other side of things.
Neat freaks can always stand to take their obsession with everything being put in drawers at right angles down a notch, and slobs can always stand to put dishes in the dishwasher at a faster rate. (My partner tells me this is called "empathy." See how that works? When your families meet, it's entertaining to watch.
Biologically speaking, we are hardwired to be attracted to people that are different than us.
Take the famous 1995 experiment, for example: a group of women smelled the sweaty T-shirts of men, claiming to be more attracted to the scent of men who were genetically dissimilar to them.
Maybe one of you is a shy introvert who just likes to spend time at home and not socialize with people too often.
Your partner might have a more extroverted, loud personality, encouraging you to get out more and connect with others.
As long as there's a curiosity to learn and a mutual respect for each other's differences, exchanging new ideas will be the best part of your relationship.
One of those relationships is when you date your polar opposite.
This is cited as one of the most important modern scientific studies, because it lends truth to the saying that opposites do, indeed, attract.
In the end, our bodies just want to prevent inbreeding, so we look for a mate with diverse genes in comparison to ours.
hen it comes to dating, you’ve probably witnessed your close friends and family unanimously agree that finding a partner exactly like you will bring long-term happiness and success in the relationship.
While having a few common interests and basic outlook on life is important, dating someone too similar to yourself could lead to stagnancy, boredom, and dissatisfaction down the road. Having the same likes and dislikes, the same quirks, same hobbies, exact same personality, taste in food…you would eventually feel trapped and complacent, and would likely seek someone who complemented you rather than mirrored you.