She believed, for example, in the concept of mitigating circumstances and in compassion and mercy.But when Max would talk about people, he tended to be incredibly judgmental and it was obvious to Nikki that his morality left no room for mercy, compassion or the idea that under certain circumstances, a violation of rules might be judged leniently.When she first began dating Max, Nikki was impressed not only by the fact that he was a successful medical professional, but that he seemed so organized.He owned a home that was spotless ("You could eat off the floor!
First Signs One thing that started to bother Nikki after six months of dating Max was his habit of cleaning up after her without giving her a chance to do it herself.
," she'd boasted to her friends) and maintained a regular routine of caring for it, both inside and out.
Nikki's previous relationship had been with a man who was as disorganized and lacking in ambition as Max was organized and goal-directed.
• No Room for Spontaneity This person is committed to plans and routines.
His week is usually mapped out ahead of time, and once established, his routines rarely change.