Men and women are different. That's not very hard to figure out. But it seems that sometimes it's easy to forget that we are supposed to be different. Many people may agree that they wouldn't want to be married to someone who was exactly like them. When you really listen to your spouse and try to understand where they're coming from, it can open up whole new perspectives to you.
It is good when couples have many of the same interests and can enjoy the same things together, but it is also nice to talk with and share with someone who has had different experiences and can share new perspectives with you that maybe you never thought of. The differences between men and women can be a blessing to you and your relationship instead of a curse.
When you bring your thoughts and ideas together and work together toward a common goal, you can accomplish much more than you would be able to accomplish on your own. One example of how differences can help a relationship is if one person is more confrontational and the other one tries to avoid conflict. Now this could cause major issues if not understood and talked about,but it could help as well. The more confrontational one could help the other spouse to have the courage to stand up and speak up for themselves when necessary and the less confrontational one could help the other one to calm down or hold their peace when necessary, etc.
There are also many other times and ways when the differences can help when they are understood and discussed. Marriage comes with a companionship that can't be matched any where else because there is no one else that you vow to love and to cherish and to share all the ups and downs of life with until death do you apart.
So try not to think of your differences as a negative thing but instead try to think of how your differences can be used for the benefit of you both individually as well as how they can benefit your relationship as a couple. And remember there's a reason why they say that two heads are better than one!