Finding a balance where the time two people spend together is rewarding to both. Certain people like more alone time than others, some like spending most of their free time with their significant other. Finding out the wants and needs of your partner is the key to building a great relationship.
@waynet - it wasn't a mathematics problem, though your answer displays your logic impressively
great couples argue but then they also get to the bottom of things. They have similar goals not necessarily all of them but most of them. And they encourage and support each other in all of their endeavors. They respect or at least try and sympathize and rationalize with each others feelings and emotions. They both work on making the effort to crack a joke, laugh together and enjoy a beautiful physical relationship.
Commitment and trying to out-do the other in love. People say relationships are 50-50, but if you aim to be giving the 100 with no regard to getting back and your partner is doing the same, well.... voila, we have ourselves a couple!
Well, usually it is a man and a woman, but also it could be a man and a man or a woman and a woman these days it's hard to say.
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