are we compatible?

@zip12ph (179)
Philippines
April 5, 2010 3:02am CST
How can we say that a couple is compatible? is it measured on their likes and dislike? or are they compatible because they belong to same group of friend? i often hear teenagers saying they love their partners because they are compatible... HOw do they know it?
4 responses
@ghieptc (2525)
• Philippines
5 Apr 10
I think they must have chemistry with each other. They understand each other well and solve problem easily.Suited to each own lifestyle is to be compatible.
@wei237 (94)
5 Apr 10
I agreed.
@eLsMarie (4148)
• Philippines
6 Apr 10
I think there is no such thing as love compatibility, it's only a matter of compromising. We all have certain differences and sometimes, we felt agitated with it. I guess we just really have to accept our own indifferences and continue inspiring each other.
@p3ks626 (6552)
• Philippines
5 Apr 10
The word compatible means and agreeable combination. If you consider the similarities about your likes and dislikes then I think it also makes sense cause it didnt actually say what are you a agreeable in. It could be likes or dislikes, it could also be interests. Sometimes I have this crazy idea that opposites can also be an agreeable combination. But as for me and my husband, I think we are compatible because of our likes and dislikes and also interest. A lot of people also say that I am the female version of my husband and he is the male version of me. Some people even mistaken us as brothers and sisters cause we look alike, we are also interested in the same things. We are quite a match.
@advokatku (4039)
• Indonesia
5 Apr 10
terms compatible pairs (matches) is a term suitability a mate based on biology. opposite of this term is incompatible couples. Basis used is blood type you and your spouse. Why should blood type? Type your blood type and your partner will determine your blood type offspring. The important emphasis here is not all blood group types best suited to meet. Maternal and infant blood group incompatible infants raises safety risks while still in the womb