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Mindsets in relationships

People with a fixed mindset usually say the ideal partner would:

  • Put them on a pedestal.
  • Make them feel perfect.
  • Worship them.

People with the growth mindset hope their ideal partner is someone who would:

  • See their faults and help them to work on them.
  • Challenge them to become a better person.
  • Encourage them to learn new things.

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