Dual relationships are the most optimal for securing the life of an individual. Dual relationships are the most convenient, there is no need to adapt to each other. Communicating with the dual, a person can remain himself. There is a natural division of duties, determined by nature itself, and a person in a dual pair gets the opportunity to do something feasible and interesting for himself.
In dual couples, conflicts rarely arise, and if they do, they are quickly and painlessly resolved. The partners approach each other like two halves of a torn photo, together forming one whole. But it is precisely due to the fact that mutual understanding is quickly established and there are no internal sources of tension that you do not immediately distinguish the dual from other people. The dual seems too simple and clear, and therefore not worthy of attention. This is the first position that a person can take after meeting a dual, more common for extroverts. The second position is when you say to yourself: they are too good for me, I can hardly be liked by them. This position is more typical for an introvert. Both of these positions are found in people who had no experience of dual communication in childhood.
How do you feel the effect of duality? During communication with the dual, a person does not experience much comfort at first. In a dual relationship, everything proceeds normally and does not cause any emotions. The dual is perceived as a shadow, as something quite natural and therefore meaningless. You perceive how much you needed this person only when you no longer have them. The loss of the dual is perceived very acutely; for a long time it feels like not being able find a place for yourself. After getting used to the dual, having gained the experience of dualization, you finally begin to realize that the presence of such person calms you and gives you a sense of security. With favorable subtypes, this effect is further enhanced.
However, the importance of dual relations should not be overestimated. They are the norm of relations for everyday life. Having acquired duality, a person wants more, namely, the social significance of their personality, some kind of struggle, or deviation from the norm. Within the framework of duality, this goal is not achieved. But without dual security, social recognition is extremely difficult for a person to achieve. Well, in general, a person cannot do without dualization only in two cases: first, when the very life of a person is at stake, that is, surviving in an unfavorable social environment, and secondly, when a person moves up the social ladder in conditions of acute competition, i.e. for a career.
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