If your love were a dining table, it'd be one of those long mahogany jobbies you see in the movies about awkward rich people. You're at one end, your lover's at the other, and between you stretches a vast, unnavigable distance. You don't meld.
Conversation lags. You don't understand each other, and sometimes it's difficult to see why you're bothering with each other to all. You'd walk -- if it weren't for the great, overwhelming attraction you feel for your partner. What a charmer! Dreamy and optimistic, compassionate and mysterious; to spend time with your lover is to be enthralled, not turned off by the chasm between you. So why bother agitating over the differences between you? Yes, yes, you lack commonality in many areas, but who said that one person had to be everything to their lover? Seek out simpatico pals for the activities your lover would rather skip. Don't demand your gentle sweetie keep up with you socially; instead, spend plenty of time alone, just experiencing your love as it comes instead of dissecting it with your fierce intellect.