In romance, odd partners more prevalent than perfect pairs

In romance, odd partners more prevalent than perfect pairs

When you look at the marketing surrounding valentine’s, our company is bombarded with pictures of completely matched partners. The ones are known by you: the gorgeous and impeccably styled pairs that look great holding long-stemmed glasses of wine.

We possibly may assume these duos just exist in films and commercials, but everyone else generally seems to understand a real-life couple that look completely in sync, share all of the same interests and complete one another’s sentences.

Dr. Blake Woodside, a professor into the psychiatry division in the University of Toronto, relates to such lovers as « heavenly twins. « 

My Funny Valentine: pages of ‘unlikely’ partners

CBC visitors who identify as opposing but couples that are happy their love tales. Lire la suite