In all my life I have never seen nor heard of a relationship where the participants not only share their hearts and lives with each other, but their deepest thoughts, hopes, fears and flaws as well.
To put it simply, though in one's life it is entirely possible to meet someone with whom one can fall in love with; due to the hopelessly flawed nature of human beings it seems unfeasible that one may ever meet their "other half" or indeed if such a person exists. Could it be that all people seek "the perfect someone" because we all know that we ourselves are too flawed/undeveloped (whatever you want to call it) to entirely compensate for the flaws/lack-of-development of another typical human being?
Also the whole modern culture of trying to find someone who meets one's expectations and in turn having to prove oneself compliant with the other's expectations seems wrong to me. It seems to be a social system based on shallow values and constant judgement; specifically made to result in as much unrequited love and as many ultimately doomed relationships as possible.
In summary I'm asking for someone to tell me that I’m wrong and more importantly exactly why I am wrong; give this cynic some hope.