November 21, 2009 4:08 pm I have to side with LILGRL in this argument… basis for compatibility is important, but you can still maintain your separate interests. Being feminine is a necessary difference in most cases. Men don’t want to date themselves or other men, otherwise they’re not as heterosexual as they think.

dana PERMALINK November 21, 2009 4:51 pm lilgirl,

you appear to understand what i am saying–you and epoxy seem good together, your attitude bodes well for your future

Keith PERMALINK November 21, 2009 5:19 pm “If you have a one and only soul mate you might miss him because his hair was a mess when you glanced his way – and then what?! ”

And that’s the usefulness of the “soul mate” concept. You don’t want to go walking around with an overly strict checklist, to the point where you’re not open to new experiences with someone unexpected. With your checklist, you choke all the romantic surprise out of your life. The “soulmate” idea can be a nice antidote to that mistake.

Yeah, people can misuse the “soulmate” concept, and take it too literally (there can be only one!) or reason backwards (I’m attracted to this person – they must be my soulmate!). But the “soulmate” idea encourages something important – too look for unique and distinct traits in people that would make you fall in love.

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