It’s evolved over the course of two decades, for sure. There's a fierce competitor deep within and the passion and the raw talent that is there — the ability to move and hear music and interpret it — is unlike anyone else I've ever seen on the ice. So she has a pretty good combo, fun to work with, best business partner ever."And Virtue thinks Moir is pretty hilarious as well.Finally, they decided to get professional help: We saw a sports psychologist together, who does sports and also psych and marriage counselling.It's kind of funny, because we don't have a marriage, but that really helped in that time when I didn't understand why we didn't understand each more clues about their relationship.Like all relationships, Virtue and Moir aren't immune to rough patches.After Virtue underwent a 2008 surgery, the partners told Maclean's that they didn't speak for months.Having spent so much time together, we realize it’s a unique dynamic but we’re so appreciative of what we have. We still really enjoy skating together and I think that’s why we still are. And I think because he wears his heart on his sleeve people feel so drawn in and captivated by his performances. "The sad thing is after 20 years, I still find Scott hysterical," she told Yahoo Canada Sports in the same interview. I think our personalities balance one another extremely well — plus we know how to interact positively and productively with each other.