The chemistry here is truly all about "opposites attract," as these sign pairs find themselves irresistibly drawn to one another, despite having little in common. The sun goes around the earth, but it doesn't make much difference to either body. These bodies are always going to be attracted to one another because they are opposites.
Earth has gravity, but it's not very strong. The closest star to us is probably a few light-years away. But even though space is really, really big, it's still close enough that there's no getting away from this attraction. Stars are heavy, but they're made of mostly empty space. All that matter inside them is so dense that it can only exist on the surface of a star or planet. There's no way for a star to get heavy unless something else gets lighter, such as an electron orbiting a nucleus. Once you have electrons orbiting nuclei, you've got mass even if you're made entirely of photons and neutrinos. And since stars are heavy, they need to get heavier every minute in order to stay standing. This is why they evolve over time: They gain weight by eating their own bright offspring.
Stars are extremely powerful energy sources, almost infinitely more than we could ever use up in a lifetime here on Earth.
In relationships, the belief that "opposites attract" is a fiction. In truth, as scores of studies have demonstrated, people are drawn to those who are similar to themselves. This might be due to the fact that personality disparities tend to stick out and get larger over time. Thus, if you find someone attractive, it's because they reflect some aspect of yourself that you appreciate in another person.
According to this theory, we're all unique individuals with our own traits and qualities that make us special. We like people who are similar to ourselves because it means we aren't changing or losing ourselves. It also means that there's a chance that we could help them grow into their own individual self.
As an example, if you think about it, you would never pick someone plain or ugly as a partner. Because there's no point in connecting your life to someone else's that you don't understand. You want someone who's got some of their own spark, some of their own beauty or charm that makes them special in their own right. Someone whose face you can look at every day and feel good about yourself and your life.
The opposite theory is known as the "the perfect match" theory. This theory states that we should go for someone who is completely different from us. Who has attributes that we lack. This way, we can fill our lives with excitement and new experiences.
Opposite forces DO attract. Couples that are too similar to one other, according to psychologists, are less likely to last. Psychologists agree that opposites attract. Because differences between people highlight each others' similarities, couples who are different in important ways from one another tend to have more fun together and get married later in life than couples who are the same.
Psychologists call this phenomenon "contrast effect". It explains why marriages of people with very similar backgrounds usually don't work out. Without any contrast or difference, there is no challenge for a couple to work through together. There's also a chance that they'll be comfortable playing the role of supporter rather than leader, which can be dangerous for a marriage.
People tend to be attracted to those who are different from them. This is normal and natural; it's how we learn about each other's traits and qualities. Those things that are attractive about someone else (their good points) help us understand what not to do (their negative aspects). By avoiding these negative aspects, we keep ourselves safe and avoid making mistakes.
For example, you're attracted to someone who is confident but not arrogant. You feel protected by this person because they've shown that they aren't going to try to dominate you.
For decades, psychologists and sociologists have argued that the concept of opposites attracting is a fallacy. In fact, practically all data indicates that opposites rarely attract. Indeed, the higher the degree of attitudinal similarity, the stronger the attraction and liking. This phenomenon has been termed "the paradox of similarity."
There are two components to any relationship: similarity and difference. The more we share in attitude, like values and beliefs, the more we will find something attractive about each other. Differences can be the source of attraction as well as conflict. If you look at people who are very different from you but still find them interesting or appealing, it's because they hold something out for you that you possess in common. For example, if I were looking for someone with whom to have a deep, meaningful relationship, I would likely want someone who was not too similar to me. There should be some challenge and excitement to our relationships. If everyone we met was just like us, then having any kind of relationship at all would be difficult if not impossible.
People tend to go for partners that are somewhat similar to them. This is because they find it easier to get along with others who are not too different from themselves. However, being too similar results in a lack of diversity which creates difficulties for the relationship.
Each of the twelve signs has a sign that is diametrically opposed to it. They are opposite each other on the big zodiac wheel. Their qualities look diametrically opposed at first glance, and everything appears to be in opposition to them; nonetheless, no underlying incompatibility exists. On the contrary, opposites are beneficial...
For example, the Lion is a hot-headed, aggressive beast that likes to fight for its territory and pride. The Goat is very peaceful and willing to accept others as they are. However, the Lion will not tolerate anyone getting close to or harming its family, while the Goat is one of the most loving animals you could ever meet. It would be easy for these two beasts to come into conflict with each other, but because they are opposites, they can coexist peacefully.
The Snake is secretive and quiet, while the Eagle is open and honest. The Rabbit is innocent and naive, while the Owl is wise and knows what people think. The Monkey is mischievous and playful, while the Rooster is responsible and ambitious. The Dog is loyal and protective, while the Pig is arrogant and proud. The Horse is energetic and active, while the Ox is calm and relaxed. The Scorpion is evil and cruel, while the Unicorn is kind and compassionate. The Zebra is black and white, while the Colorful Crocodile is all color one way or another. The Tigress is fierce and violent, while the Lion is noble and courageous.