Dating and Taylor Swift

Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue

You might have been with someone for a while and though the two of you might love and care about each other, you might have one issue. You might have an issue that your partner is constantly listening to Taylor Swift music. So, what do you do if your partner is constantly listening to Taylor Swift music? How do you approach this type of situation? Though the answers to these questions may be different for everyone, here are a few suggestions.

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1. Discuss this issue with your partner.

Talk to your partner about this issue and let him or her know what you think about it. Listen to how your partner feels about this issue and try to compromise on a solution.

2. Take turns listening to music.

If your issue is that you never get to listen to the music that you want to listen to, then try setting a schedule so that both of you can take turns listening to the music that you enjoy. This might allow both of you to share your interests, bringing you closer.

3. Try listening to the music your partner likes.

You might find that the music that your partner is listening to is really good music, so give it a chance. Sometimes, it is easy to push someone else's suggested taste away without giving it a chance, and this can result in a person missing out on something that he or she would normally like. So, sit back and listen to the music. Try to be open-minded, and see if this musical style fits your taste as well.

If you have been with someone for a while but you have an issue that he or she is always listening to Taylor Swift, try talking to him or her about this issue. Take turns playing your music, and do your best to give your partner's musical taste a chance.


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Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue writes lifestyle articles.

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