There will be a frustrating edge to your relationship, one that makes it hard to relax together, have fun and feel as if your objectives are within reach. Only a strong communicative bond will be able to combat the effects of this influence, which will make you both feel as if you can't express yourselves or your energies freely. Whatever it is that you want out of the relationship -- greater trust, physical intimacy, a sense of fun, a source of emotional support -- you may have a hard time getting it, and the frustration will only mount as you try harder and harder to make it happen.
Sooner or later, and probably sooner, you'll start to turn this frustration toward each other, blaming each other for this sense of restriction. You might shoot little barbs at each other in conversation, taking digs at each other that undermine your self-confidence as well as your good feelings about each other. Sarcasm and criticism could also become commonplace between you. And clearing the air with a good argument or a sweaty, vigorous session in the bedroom? Nope, neither one will be easy to come by. You may find your libidos are mismatched in this relationship; you might rarely feel as if you're on the same page sexually or emotionally. The only way to work around this is to control your own behavior, which means toning down the criticisms and the sarcastic remarks, and focusing on ways to build up your connection instead of tearing it down.