I am, though sometimes my partner has a good point and I do let them know that.
I am. And I make sure my partner knows that at every possible opportunity.
I am, and my partner thinks so too.
We are both quick to take responsibility in an argument, and to give credit where it's due.
What does your bedtime ritual consist of?
Each person shares the high point of their day, the low point of their day, and two things they are grateful for.
We usually just talk in bed. It starts off as talking about our days, but often ends up being about something more serious like the relationship, which keeps us up late and often leads to going to sleep feeling slightly uneasy.
Most nights we go to sleep at different times, or get in bed and finish up a few things on our phones before we turn the lights out.
We have sex pretty much every night that we are in the same place.
How do you both feel about your individual sense of purpose in life?
I know I'm not there yet, and neither is my significant other. We're both feeling stuck in our current jobs and having a hard time either understanding what we should be doing, or making that switch.
We are both pursuing our passions in life, or we have at least identified what that is and have created the path to get there.
We talk about this sometimes, but the relationship itself feels more alive than our jobs and careers at the moment.
One of us is totally fulfilling our purpose in life, and the other one is still in that "stuck place".
How do the concept of love languages play a role in your relationship?
We took the love language quiz once. I don't really feel like that quiz got us anywhere.
My love language is quality time, and his/hers is acts of service. We have a goal of doing one thing to fulfill the other's love language each week, and we check in on it regularly.
Love languages? Love is so abundant between us, we practically read each others' minds.
It feels difficult enough to keep up with work and plans, do we really need more languages?
When an argument happens, which negative emotions are expressed in your relationship?
What do you do with resentment towards your significant other?
Clear that shit asap. We might be on a plane, at a wedding, or at Trader Joes. It's never a bad time to clear that ugly feeling and give it space to move.
I have only felt resentment towards him/her in very small doses, but never enough for it to be a "thing".
I wait until a good time to bring it up. Sometimes that good time doesn't come for another week or two. Sometimes a month.
I keep it bottled up inside, and then dump it on friends at our next ladies brunch/guys night out.
When was the last time you asked your significant other what they like in the bedroom?
We send each other articles, and sometimes it comes up in conversations with friends, but the last time either of us asked directly was about 6 months ago.
On our fourth date (which was more than a year ago).
We have so much sex, this comes up constantly.
A few weeks ago. We practice active giving and receiving pretty frequently in our relationship and in the bedroom
How well do you feel you know your significant other?
We are attached at the hip, always staring into each other's eyes and reaching new depths of understanding.
I understand the evolution of my partner, and I see the daily shifts they are making to hone certain aspects of the self and also to grow.
We are at the point where we learn new things about each other all the time but in uncomfortable ways. These new learnings often cause us to question the relationship.
I have this uneasy feeling that my significant other is not sharing everything about themselves with me...almost like keeping a piece of themselves separate.
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