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Should You Date Your Polar Opposite in 2018? By Alexandra Fox

Would you rather date a man who matched your
personality... or who is the opposite of you?
It's an age-old debate in dating: Whether "same feather"
couples are more likely to succeed than "opposites
attract" couples, and vice-versa.
As far as successful relationships go, "same feather"
couples have a slight advantage. Since they think alike,
they're better able to solve problems as a team.
But at the same time, here's a warning...
Don't make the mistake of thinking, "Okay, from now on,
I'll only date guys who match my personality."
Why? Because many of us end up JUDGING men by thinking:
"Hmm, he hates Italian food, but it's my favorite... so I
guess I should stop seeing him..."
Or: "Hmm, he disagrees with my preferred political
leaning, so I should stop seeing him..."
Which is sad, because - if you'll notice - you're letting
your MIND choose who to love.
And remember, love isn't a MIND thing.
It's a HEART thing.
And when someone tugs at your heartstrings in that
special, unexplainable way... even if he's not exactly the
"same feather" as you... then you'd better not judge him
right away!
Believe It Or Not,
Opposites Can Be Happy Together
That's right - even "opposites attract" couples can lead
happy, lifelong relationships. There are hundreds here in
the Unforgettable Woman community!
These smart, successful "opposites attract" couples
simply realize something that other, less successful
couples don't:
"Opposite" couples don't face more challenges.
They just face DIFFERENT ones.
Did you catch that?
Here's an example. For "same feather" couples, their
strengths can become their weakness... because if they
rely too much on their "sameness" to make the relationship
work, then the relationship runs the nagging risk of
becoming boring and routine.
And when that happens, one or both of the partners are
tempted to seek excitement elsewhere.
Right? It's sad, but true!
On the other hand, "opposite" couples face DIFFERENT
challenges. Mostly, they risk getting into
misunderstandings and arguments.
And not surprisingly, misunderstandings are a lot easier
to solve than cheating. Right?
You simply need to remember a few things when starting
and sustaining a relationship with a man who's your
exact opposite.
If you'll ever date guys like that (or if you're seeing
one RIGHT NOW), keep these in mind:
#1 - Are you willing to prioritize each other over your
personal beliefs? 
...Because it's when you let your religious, political, or
personal preferences become MORE IMPORTANT than your
relationship with him, that's when the breakup starts.
Believe me... simply trying to "win" an argument for the
sake of winning can be TOXIC to your relationship. The
damage potential just gets a lot BIGGER as you argue over
sensitive issues.
Remember, what you focus on GROWS. And if you focus on
your differences instead of your similarities... guess
what you'll get more of?
#2 - Are you willing to "censor" sensitive topics from
the household completely?
Even the smallest misunderstanding can erupt into the
biggest relationship-breaking problems, so it's best NOT
to bring it up in the first place.
For instance: If you have political differences, change
the channel when political issues come up on the news.
Or if someone brings up a sensitive topic over dinner,
have the willingness to say: "I'm sorry, but we don't
discuss politics/religion/social issues in this home.
But we can talk about it later at another location
if you want..."
Censoring certain topics from household conversations is
an effective way to prevent it from happening
completely... and it's easy to do when you've satisfied
Condition #1.
That's it! When you and your man can satisfy these
conditions, you'll be well on your way to being one of the
few happy, successful, lifelong "opposite" couples in
the world!
Now Here's a Little Something
For the Single Women Reading This...
If you're single right now, then the wish of getting a
boyfriend this 2018 probably crossed your mind a
few times.
And right now, you might be wondering: "Am I better
off dating a 'same feather,' or should I see someone
Here's my answer: Why not both?
Isn't that the point of dating: To find the absolute BEST
match for you, whether he's a "same feather" or "opposites
attract" kind of guy?
If you agree, then I'd like to help you out by offering my
Single Woman's Guide to Playing the Field
eBook collection.
It's my complete workbook on meeting new guys and getting
them to FREQUENTLY ask you out... without feeling guilty
about it, and without spending so much money to do so!


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