5 Things You Don't Need To Have In Common

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These five dating differences you may want to try and overlook. C'mon. Be the bigger person.

This one's dicey. You should absolutely err on the side of caution when building a future with someone who, say, gambles away their paycheck. But research suggests savers are attracted to spenders and vice versa. Professors at the Wharton School of Finance and Northwestern University say the spender/saver relationship is just another way in which opposites attract. My Husband Loses Money On Stocks—And I Don’t Mind

5.) Style Tastes

 

This one's simple: if you don't like what they're working with make sweet suggestions. No matter where you are there's a mall somewhere close by, an outfit looking for a new home and a credit card just aching to be put to use. Sometimes it is that easy.

Readers, have you faced differences in taste or habits in a relationship? Let us know in the comments!