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  • How old am I:
  • I'm 36 years old
  • Nationality:
  • I'm norwegian
  • Sexual preference:
  • Guy
  • Tint of my iris:
  • Bright blue eyes
  • Sign of the zodiac:
  • Scorpio
  • My hobbies:
  • In my spare time I love doing puzzles
  • I like tattoo:
  • I like my tatoos on chest

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While you'll probably have a lot in common with your partner, you definitely don't need to be cut from the same cloth in order to have a lasting relationship.

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These are the core obsessions that drive our newsroom—defining topics of seismic importance to the global economy. Our s are made to shine in your inbox, with something fresh every morning, afternoon, and weekend. Yesterday, my husband and I had the dumbest fight in the history of our relationship. In what universe is it reasonable to expect Waffle House-style portions from Pain Quotidien? You knew exactly what you were getting into when I told you I was going there!

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It may seem counterintuitive, but this fight was actually a great example of why our relationship works. I am profoundly grateful for our differences. And they are, uh, legion. I can remember the first moment I saw Chris. We were teenagers, and Chris was the new kid in school. He was walking toward me down a hallway—this tall, athletic guy—very much my type, with dark eyes and dark hair. We made eye contact and, right away, I felt an intense emotional connection. In one of the nicest surprises of my life, Chris turned out to be smart, kind and funny.

But he did not turn out to be interested in any of the things that I care about; he plays video games while I read, he des webs while I write. You could say his waffle iron is half-empty, while mine is half-full. Talking about this publicly can get awkward, fast. People will expect a divorce announcement to follow. In fact, those surveyed ranked shared interests as more essential than good sex or shared political beliefs.

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Conventional wisdom goes that couples must have common interests to be happy. But what if the conventional wisdom is wrong? There is no single secret. Today, we expect much more from marriage, including emotional fulfillment and like-mindedness as well as help with the dishes. Hearing this was liberating for me, for obvious reasons. Ten years in, I can still count on one hand the tastes and hobbies that Chris and I have in common.

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We both enjoy Eminem, zombie movies, and vacationing in Colorado. Both of us like Mexican food, the more inauthentic the better. And neither of us believe in an afterlife, as much as we would like to. After that, we depart.

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I come from a white, conservative and devoutly Catholic household. I have black in-laws, Mexican in-laws, white in-laws and Asian in-laws. Their unconditional acceptance of one another took a long time for me to understand, because in some ways it was new to my experience.

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For years, Chris and I had the same conversation. I like that trick. In short, marrying someone so different from myself has broadened my experience, introduced welcome novelty to my life, and deepened my understanding of love.

The emotional connection we have was, and is, more ificant than any shared interest.

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They have to find their unique ways of strengthening the emotional connection between them. Of course, most of those unique ways will involve spending time together pleasantly. Chris and I have found that this holds true for us, too.

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It quickly became clear that Chris—who would never have been there of his own accord—was the only person in the audience to have read the book. A couple of weeks ago, he took me to my first professional basketball game, and I was surprised to find the game not boring but completely gripping—almost too much so.

You don't particularly want to spend time with your partner.

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