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It’s not exactly the best way of telling what someone is like but it’s usually a good indication.” And he’s not alone.According to new research by Match, 30.5 per cent of 18-24-year-olds think politics is important in a relationship.I wrote this a couple years ago, and and dug it up when the perennial topic came up in conversation with a friend. “I’ve never messed up a first date so bad,” he said, blushing. He’s just open — not just that he’s interested (“I like you a lot and I want to do all kinds of things with and to you. I don’t want to mess this up.”), but also sharing his own passionate opinions, and not backing down for a second when they differ from mine.Incidentally, the last guy I dated said our dynamic reminded him of his ex-wife (doh! The irresistible frosting on this delicious cake is his natural inclination to share his vulnerabilities while steering totally clear of neediness (Lord knows I run for the hills at the first sniff of a clingy man).
The pendulum can swing both ways in this regard — you can find your current lover doesn’t add up to the last one, or you can be blinded by delight that the new person’s qualities so compliment your ex’s faults to the point of being blind to their other, even dangerous, qualities.“So I think if you're interested in politics but neither of you are die-hard supporters then you can get on with it, but I would struggle a bit if we had completely opposing views.” So what do you do?“Political discussions can often cause tension but it’s always important to be understanding of your partner’s political preferences and to be mindful that their preferences may be different to yours, Match’s dating expert,” Vicki Pavitt said.I’ve compared every person I’ve been involved with to the person I dated previous to them.When I met my husband I gushed about how comfortable I felt with him — we had so much in common, such similar backgrounds.