A bicycle must have two wheels. A pair of scissors must have two blades. A partnership must involve two people. All is well when the two are able to work as one, respecting each other's existence as they co-operate and communicate. But when there's friction or dysfunction, the simplest things turn tricky. Even if recent events have made you uncomfortably aware of what's wrong with how you interact with another individual, you have both now seen the problem, you both want to fix this. And you both yet will.