Here you’ll find the most interesting parts of our conversation. Enjoy these posts, guest articles, and links to the most important topics and info we’re finding in our relationship.
More About The Experiment
Neither of us has ever found relationship advice to be in short supply. Whether it’s coming from friends, family, TV, magazines, or online, it seems like everyone agrees on a few things such as love, honesty, and open communication. It makes sense. So what if you find your love, but then squander the opportunity because your communication skills aren’t up to snuff? It’s either an unmitigated bummer, or it’s a learning experience.
To stay together and avoid a painful learning experience (breakup), we examine the details of our relationship – good and bad, functional and nonfunctional. After any interaction that is noticeably successful or unsuccessful, we take a look at what/why/how it happened. The obvious goal is to maximize the good times and learn from the bad.
It’s not exactly science and we don’t exactly have what you’d call answers. The only thing we can really offer is to share with you our avowed ignorance and the questions we’re asking. Hopefully you’ll offer some input too.
x + y = ?
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