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Simply put: I don’t guilt trip him for wanting to go to parties and events instead of cuddling on the couch with me all weekend.In turn, he doesn’t bash my love for quiet bookstores and almost empty cafes. Rather than focus on how different we are, my boyfriend and I zero in on key things we have in common.That means that on occasion, I have to doll it up and head out to the events and parties with him, but it also means that he joins me for the random Netflix binge instead of going to the bar on Friday night.Compromise affirms the other, strengthens our bond, and helps us to create new memories together. Beyond just compromising, there are times where we do more than just show up for things just to make the other person happy.Just knowing and understanding one another’s personalities went a long way in solidifying our relationship. After we talked about our likes and dislikes socially, my boyfriend and I decided to make conscious efforts to truly understand and respect them.This meant creating boundaries that we never cross even when it’s inconvenient.Rather than let our opposite personalities get in the way of our relationship, we figured out how to make it work.We were honest about our social habits from the beginning.
For example, my boyfriend loves live sports, and even though they bore me to tears and crowds make me anxious, I go with him to games because I know he loves it so much.Because he knows I don’t like crowds, he makes the trips to the concession stand, gets us to the event early enough to avoid most of the crowds, and if a crowd is unavoidable, he holds my hand when guiding me through them.On the flip side, when I want to just be alone with him, walking around a museum or grabbing some take-out and just staying in, he’s more than willing to do that with me. We can’t be together all the time, after all, and we shouldn’t be anyway.We’re both total history nerds, so we hit up museums once in a while.This gives us time to be together and do things we enjoy without either one of us being too drained. Given that we’re so wildly different socially, there are going to be times when one or both of us have to compromise if we want to stay together.