For your relationship to stand the test of time, you need to master “The Law of Common Ground” You need to find a common ground with whom ever you want to be in relationship with, unlike one law in physics which says “like pole repels and unlike pole attracts”. Like character attracts while unlike character repels.
For you to have a long lasting relationship, you must be in one(relationship) with someone that shares the same passion, hobbies and other likes with you. Not someone that will be wondering why you are so engrossed in a film you are watching or in a book you are reading. Your spouse must be able to know how you feels about what you are doing, and the only way he can; is if he is feeling the same way.
He must be able to find excitement in whatever that excites you. Many female writers today are nurturing the fear that their passion for writing would decrease when they get married as a result of marital commitments.
Dear Female Writer, you don’t necessarily have to has this kind of fear in your mind. Once you get it right from beginning. Infact, your passion for writing should be on the rise as soon as you found your soulmate. I will tell you why. Your spouse and your passion would never be in competition for your attention, when you are in a relationship with someone that admire the art of writing. He doesn’t necessarily have to be a writer. Once he has a penchant for creative writing. It’s alright.
Researches in the past have shown that you tend to think clearly and have a better sense of judgement, when your mind was free of worries and troubles. Which also means you are happy. And we all know that there are few other things that can make someone happy than been in a company of someone that loves you as much as you love them.
So, if you happen to be in a relationship with a man that cherish a creative writings, his chest would definitely be one of your writing desk.