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Welcome to BIMMERPOST, the ultimate BMW forum and community!You will have to REGISTER before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.Axel, Raimey,or Jon will be better able to address "G. Mike Concur with Ford in that you are still missing some elementary proof stamps like the "Crown" over "G" and the pre-rifled bore diameter, which will be on the tube somewhere. I have searched for a DRGM for either Will or Wise and can't find one for either but I had thought the search to be a red herring. I'm all but positive he had a sack full of patents and I've found DRGMs 327045 & 327897 right off.Really need the DRGM number to make a stab at it & I would guess it lies with E. Some variants looks to be stamped with DRMS instead of DRGM.big demands at work cause one partner to be more distant) * Gender role-playing * Personality styles * This can happen very early in a new romance, or in a long-term relationship * One partner becomes the "one up" and the other becomes the "one down" * * Note that when love starts, both partners are in the one-down position * Some signs of imbalance: * * One partner more jealous than the other * One partner typically waits for the other to call or return home * One partner is typed the "good guy" and one the "bad guy" * One partner makes a bigger effort at conversation * One partner says "I love you" more than the other * One partner less affectionate after sex than the other * One partner wants to "work on the relationship" more than the other * One partner feels neglected at parties, while the other feels constrained (or liberated) * One partner tends to feel anxious or insecure about the relationship while the other takes if for granted.* One partner expresses annoyance over the other partner's behavior in public Early in a relationship we "run checks" on each other's romantic behavior.Things like rejection anxiety contribute to this feeling.Once you feel completely in control or sure of another person's love, your feelings of passion begin to fade.
part 1 of 3 The Passion Trap: Where is Your Relationship Going? It is based on the observation that trouble in relationships is most often caused by an imbalance: One partner is more in love (or "emotionally invested" in the relationship) than the other.But once we've invested a large part of our emotions in another person, a sign of withdrawal will trigger even greater passion in us.And passion has a way of filtering out the bad signals and processing only the good" In balanced relationships, both partners have secured the other's love.It's a technique for giving ourselves some sense of control.Problem: "If we read growing detachment in our partner, we should logically begin to step away from the relationship to avoid getting hurt.