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For a successful intimate relationship, a person has to be less than, greater than and equal to their partner all at the same time, amirite?

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Sure. Each partner needs something from the other that they lack themselves.

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@Tribune Sure. Each partner needs something from the other that they lack themselves.

Did you ever hear the creation story of Japan?

Comments about heterosexual relationships seem a bit to easy, so I'll spare you those...

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Less than and greater too -- The sociological theory of complimentary needs. (apposites attract)

Equal to -- having similar values and interests to your partner. (like attracts like)

This post is trying to communicate that both these theories are correct and have to happen at the same time in order for a partnership to thrive.

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