You've got some strongly defined ideals when it comes to relationships, but you probably come up against some opposition with this person. All those good, well-founded ideas of your partner's just don't match up with your spontaneous approach to love. You really shake things up for them, on an intellectual level.
This interaction encourages them to be highly progressive in their thinking -- except that when they start to realize that you prize independence and freedom within a relationship, you could both find that your divergent ideas are actually leading you away from each other. This could feel threatening to your partner if they're not able to give you plenty of space to be yourself. Translation? Don't let them be possessive of you! This relationship requires lots of room to think, experience and grow on your own as well as within the boundaries of the relationship itself. You push this person to newer heights of unusual thinking, and neither of you might realize it when your ideas are just too high-flying and unrealistic. In order to grow, as a couple or as individuals, you have to find some common ground to build on. That common ground might not be even close to what either of you expect. So be open to new ideas and trying out new methods of being together; you might surprise yourselves.