There is always a dominant partner in any relationship, business or interpersonal. For example, a gold digger is always the one who's running things, even if the man acts as if he's in charge. You can easily tell who is in charge by the body language they display.
Take for instance this seemingly innocent kiss between NBA star Chris Bosh, of the champion Miami Heat, and his wife Adrienne in Venice, Italy today. See how she holds his face in both hands while guiding him to her? That's a sign of total domination and control. You see this often when a female takes away from the relationship more than she is giving.
When a couple is equally yoked, they complement each other (not to be confused with compliment). They want the best for the other. They mirror each other's behavior. They finish each other's sentences. They are in tune with what the other one is feeling.
When a couple is mismatched, as is always the case in a relationship between a gold digger and her mark, the dominant one assumes control and leads her partner, often down the wrong path.
Chris and Adrienne were spotted shopping at the high end shoe boutique Jeffreys in the tony Phipps Plaza several months ago. Wherever they went in the store Adrienne walked in front while Chris trailed behind her.
It was clear that Chris happily assumed the non-dominating role in their relationship, for whatever reason.
We can tell by their body language that, in the Bosh marriage, Chris is the submissive one. That's not necessarily a bad thing.
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