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Based on their long experiences both in and out of romantic relationships, the fundamental lesson is this: And if you're very different, the elders warn although that marriage can work, is likely to be much more difficult.

To my surprise, their advice was nearly unanimous: Opposites may attract, but they don't usually make for great and lasting marriages."We don't discourage people from Tinder," he said, adding that apps like Tinder are primarily used for dating and hooking up -- not marriage.Rather, connecting people is becoming harder because "people are becoming more complex." That's a result of our increasingly wired world, said Warren, who worked as a clinical psychologist for 35 years before starting e Harmony with his son-in-law.Even The Little Mermaid -- the original Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale, not the treacly Disney movie -- winds up rejected by the handsome prince and dies.In literature and legend, at least, it's tough to bring two different worlds together.