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The TV show, Martin, will forever be a classic and a show that defines the childhood (and adulthood) of many people. This 90s comedy series made us fall in love with the relationship between Martin Payne, and his girlfriend turned wife, Gina Waters. At first glance, it appears that someone like Gina, a proper, well-educated marketing executive, would not be found dating someone like Martin, a local radio station host but they do date and, eventually, marry. They traverse all manners of relationship topics including income, in-laws, friendships, and more. Twenty-something years later, the issues that Martin and Gina faced are the same as the ones we deal with today!

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#LoveandLead Lesson: Opposites attract, but compatible connects.

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Though Martin and Gina seemed to have come from two different sides of the street, they worked. There is a saying that “opposites attract” and I do believe that they do. However, attraction is never enough to be tied to someone or something that is NOT for you. You have to be compatible in order to really connect and stay connected.

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