A match was made in Hollywood this weekend when actress Emily Deschanel wed writer and actor David Hornsby.  The couple tied the knot in front of friends and family at a small ceremony in the Pacific Palisades area of Los Angeles, reported People.  The pair are both stars in the world of television, with Deschanel starring on FOX’s crime show, Bones, while Hornsby is most famous for his work on FX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

Is having the same career as your spouse good or bad?

Cupid’s Advice:

Cupid knows that common interests make couples stronger, but that sometimes, opposites attract.  So will matching career paths make or break a couple?  Cupid has some insight from both sides:

1. Separate, but equal works: Being in the same career field as your spouse gives you a common passion, but working in the same building, or even for the same company, might not give each of you the space you need to be happy.

2. Diversity adds spice: On the other hand, having different careers, skills and passions can add a different dimension to your relationship, by allowing you to teach each other something new.

3. Moderation is key: In either instance, making sure you balance your career and how much time and effort you put into it with everything else you and your spouse hold dear – including each other – will help keep your relationship healthy.