Stuff That Is Useless In Long Term Partners - Deepstash

Stuff That Is Useless In Long Term Partners

  • Looks and money don’t matter in a long term partner as much as we think they do because we adapt to our circumstances over time
  • You don’t necessarily need someone with the same personality as you. You want someone whose personality complements yours.
  • You don’t necessarily need someone with the same hobbies as you. As long as you each have space to pursue your hobbies, you can make it work.


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