In this relationship video Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadal tell you how being your partner's best friends can make your relationship last.
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Matt: Hey everybody, Matt and Tamsen here. We got great questions today. Should you significant other be your best friend? Tamsen: No. Matt: Do you like to stands this is an anchor stands my hands and everything go get and anchor. Tamsen: You look like and Easter egg actually and so do I. Matt: You look like an Easter egg. Anyway— [Voice Overlap] Tamsen: Significant other be your friend, I mean it think it’s good that you're close that you’re friends like go— Matt: It’s a hard and cold she is. Tamsen: Listen I think to be your best friend but the truth of the matter is— Matt: Because your best friend let's not pardon. Tamsen: But the truth of the matter is— Matt: Good sex and nothing else you and me. Tamsen: The truth of the matter is that I want to come find the girl friend and I want to have somebody to like, you know throw things up or better one like one home and tell you everything. I mean I do tell you everything but I want to be able to share with somebody else. [Voice Overlap] Matt: Sharing I feel very good about my marriage. Tamsen: I think girls talk to girls a lot of only guys are interested in hearing everything we have to say quite frankly, you too now a lot of what I say. Matt: 80%, 80/20. Tamsen: Right, but a best friend or a girlfriend will do that. Matt: You know, I disagree I think that there's many different part of relationship, there are the sex, there are the passion, there are the fun but the backbone of it really has to be someone that you can go to where you have are really terrible day or when you're feeling really down to the music. Tamsen: So is that means you're going to show that seems to 100% of what I have to say if I become your best friend? Matt: No deal but honestly I really think that’s the basis for every relationship is best friends. But my significant other than seem to feel that way so when I call my friend Jeff in Pittsburg and talk about important things. Tamsen: All right, so you and your partner be best friend or should you find another best friend and just relying your partner to be you’re a partner? Let us know what you think.
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