Neil Cozies Up to His Better Half
"What defines a relationship is the work that's involved to maintain it, and it's constantly changing," says the oh-so-likeable actor. "Sometimes I'm deeply in love with David and head-over-heels, and sometimes I question whether it's going to work out and is meant to be. It's like a business relationship, as well as a personal one; we have a business together and that's maintaining our love for one another."
Echoes Burtka, "I don't want people to think we're a perfect couple. Nothing's perfect. A relationship is work and it changes. And you go with the changes. It's more good times than bad times, but it's not always good. You have to overcome those issues and move on. We have a really great recipe for a wonderful relationship, but we don't want to be the poster boys for gay relationships. We're not trying to pretend that we are perfect. We're just trying -- in a good, positive, loving way -- to live our lives."
As for the future, "I'd also like to call him my husband," sighs NPH. "I'm not the biggest fan of the word 'partner': It either means that we run a business together or we're cowboys. 'Boyfriend' seems fleeting, like maybe we met two weeks ago. I've been saying 'better half' for as long as I've been able to. I think it's a little self-deprecating and clearly defines that we're in a relationship, but it would be nice to say 'my husband.'"
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