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Relationship test: fusion or fission?
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Case study: Fusion

 
Case study: Fusion

Pete and Jen were never any good at maths, and it shows in their relationship:
 1 + 1 = 1 (you + me = us). We’re not kidding!

The reality
Joined at the hip syndrome is nothing new to most of us: most couples go through a honeymoon period in their relationship, lasting from anything from a few months to a few years, during which they just can’t be apart from each other.

Being ‘as one’ is seen as a romantic ideal, but actually it’s not ideal in the long term, and Pete and Jen need to be aware of this if their relationship is going to stand the test of time.





  
  

Sarah Horrocks
2009/03/02
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