These days, expectations for marriage have gone through the roof. It used to be that if you found someone who made a living or was a good domestic partner, then you had done as well as could be expected, and nobody expected flawless sexual chemistry or a profound intellectual connection. The idea that your partner should also be your best friend and that you should enjoy dorking out together and giggling into the small hours wasn't ridiculous, exactly, but it was considered the absolute jackpot of marriage, and not everyone assumed they could find it.
However, simply knowing that this is possible doesn't mean that you just assume that there is someone out there who will meet 100% of your needs. Many of us find someone we love, but we need time apart from them to indulge certain sides of ourselves, and they're cool with that. For example, we love fighting hard about whether Marvel or DC is better, and they just want to talk sports, so each side just joins a club and gets together afterward.
Are you and your partner compatible, and if so, in which way? Are you the complementary yin and yang; are you so alike that you are starting to look like each other; or are you actually papering over some cracks where your compatibility is a little lacking? Let's find out!