Relationships are like nuts and bolts.
Over screwing the bolt could strip the grooves beyond repair.
Use the wrong size nut and it will not fit.
Your use of force will make or break your relationship.
There are many degrees of force.
Levels and types of force are akin to the air we breathe.
If someone hands you a 5/16 bolt do not place a ¾ nut on it.
In turn, use the socket wrench when the increased power from a handheld drill, would warp the bolt.
The things meant to us may require work, but they rarely require force.
The definition of force indicates an exertion of power greater than required to achieve the desired goal.
Find the 5/16 nut in the basket of ¾ nuts and find your true pairing.
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