Quasi-identical relations02.09.2019

Don Quixote – Jack, Dumas – Dreiser, Hugo – Napoleone, Robespierre – Balzac

Hamlet – Huxley, Maxim – Gabin, Zhukov – Shtirlitz, Esenin – Dostoevsky


Igor Kalinauskas labels these relations as anti-mirror relations where eyes get open. Both partners share suggestions what things should not be done or how things should not be done. What one ignores, becomes evident to other.

At the beginning common interests and views rise expectations that relations may become stable and harmonious. Each partner support other, however long-lasting life demands complementarity and mutual understanding. As one partner is rational type and other one is irrational type, they have different patterns of life organizations. Quiet often quarrelings and disputes arise, where no one becomes winner, for argumentation is not convincing. It can result only in spending energy and resources. As layout of functions is different, each one holds own point of view. They may find common topics for conversation, they may unanimously express opposition in certain matters, however each sees own method for coming to result. The conversation with quasi-identical partner fail to bring satisfaction. Sometimes one may feel inside that the partner tries to complicate an issue with bad intention or, contrary, in some cases simplifies the complex issue. They are almost unable to lift up self-esteem of partner. More long-lasting time quasi-identical partners are solving one problem, more they desire to keep distance each from other.