I didn't say this, but I do agree with it. Its part of my realization of what the phrase 'my better half' means.
"It’s been said the key to a healthy relationship is compromise, and that
the right ratio of compromise is 50-50. But I disagree. There are
times when my wife needs 100% of her needs met and I compromise
completely, and other times when I need 100% of my needs met and she
returns the favor. The key to a healthy relationship (or one key, at
least), it seems to me, is a recognition that microcompromises are gifts
that need to be exchanged rather than demands that need to be wrung
from the other person. If both partners can approach their relationship
this way, when large compromises need to be made, pent up resentment is
less likely to be present to interfere with clear, compassionate
thinking that brings a couple to the best decision for both partners."