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[Read: 13 secret signs your boyfriend is not over his ex] #32 Are you an introvert or an extrovert? #34 Would you like to live in the countryside or in a metropolitan area? #36 What’s your favorite body part of the opposite sex? [Read: Top 50 sexual kinky ideas for a sexy relationship] #38 Do you think money can buy happiness? #40 Do you have any social causes that are close to your heart? #42 Would you mind if I had a best friend of the opposite sex? #31 What comes to your mind when you think of your exes? I would much rather explore and examine, from the perspective of being on the other side of the experience, not just what I want, but what I want, even though relationship experts generally encourage focus on the positive.I am a believer, based on my own personal and professional perspective that I need to clear the detritus of previous encounters in order to build anew.Without necessarily disclosing the names of all previous lovers and interactions, it is important that a partner know if there are others still in your life. Of course, these are inquiries that take place over time and not all at once on a first date.The professional interviewer in me laughs at the Ally Mc Beal internal dialog absurdity of that scenario.For a relationship to be successful, both the partners can have different likes and dislikes, but their principles towards life and their approach towards the future have to be the same. If one of you likes working hard while the other person lives for the moment, it is bound to leave one of you with a few moments of repressed anger.
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The other person has “been there, done that, got the t-shirt” too. My current definition involves two people who have a common and merged vision, who communicate it openly and who take steps daily to strengthen and support that bond.
As a minister who has married over 300 couples since 1999, I have witnessed this dynamic with many of them.
While it would be easy to maintain my professional objectivity, what remains with me that is fodder for this post is how deeply and profoundly the concepts presented touch on my own journey.
Married at 28, with a history of multiple relationships prior, widowed at 40, following a 12 year “paradoxical marriage,” I have been ostensibly single for nearly 16 years, with the exception of a few short term relationships and friends with benefits interactions.