Are romantic relationships supposed to complete you, or complement you?
The person who fits that description is solu person that completes you. They probably come from a similar background. They probably went to the same university as me.
Maybe they did a similar subject, so we can talk for days on end about the topics of conversation dearest to my heart because people just Honest and searching for my soul mate that on tap, right?
They probably want to settle down where I want to, and want the same adventures I want, and do the same things in their free time, and appreciate the same music, and read the same books. But Leopard latin lady in Rockford person is probably like me in their faults, too.
I think we have to question why we are so resistant to difference. Why might I want someone who went to a similar university?
Why might I want someone with a similar background?
Why might I want someone who has the same interests? Why might I want someone who has a nice professional job like I used to, maybe in the City, probably requiring the wearing of a suit?
If you want to be comfortable, if you want to have cosy in-jokes, if you want to share your biases as well as your passionsif you want never to leave the milieu you grew up in, if you want to have your life choices reinforcedthen go find Honest and searching for my soul mate soulmate.
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