You lost your temper with your love, and it was hardly attractive. Clearly you were taking orders from your heart and not your brain when you hooked up with your amour, because you chose someone rather ill-suited for you on paper. While you were all power and force, drive and demand, your lover was a bit, well, wishy-washy.
You wanted to get up and go and make and do; your lover was happier sitting in a quiet corner dreaming the day away. You thought you'd made plans and formulated goals, but when you turned around to check that your lover was on the same page as you, suddenly all your control had slipped away. It confused you, and that made you both furious and difficult to live with. If you had wanted to make this work, the answer lay in confronting your patterns. Weren't you having the same conversations, the same tedious arguments, over and over again? You needed to stop repeating yourself, and stop imagining that simply by confronting your lover once more things would change. The time came -- and went -- for creative thinking, new ways of tackling the problems between you. The key was to try something new, because what you were doing certainly wasn't working.