One reason why relationships are valuable is that they enable us to know ourselves better; being part of a couple can help us to understand who we are.
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“One reason why relationships are valuable is that they enable us to know ourselves better; being part of a couple can help us to understand who we are.
Our partners may see what we no longer can; both what is adorable and what is more perplexing and difficult. They might, for example, remind us that we’ve told that anecdote (three times) before or that purple doesn’t suit us. They can tell us that we’ve overreacted to a problem at work or that we’ve placed our trust in an envious friend. Their responses give us a chance to grow sightly less obtuse, haughty and peculiar…”
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