Scientists believe that opposites don't usually attract. Trust and lasting relationships in most cases are formed on the background of common interests. So say experts from the American College of Wellesley in Boston (Massachusetts, USA).
Common interests are the ground for rapprochement. As part of the experiment, the researchers noticed that the partners in such pairs do not become similar. On the contrary, they accepted each other and did not change for the sake of another.
Scientists sum up the results the idea that having similar interests is an important factor to start relationship. The further development determines the nature of partners and their mindset for the future.