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And they note that when you have crazy chemistry with a guy, his natural body smell will turn you ON--to the point where even giving his armpits a sniff after a long day will be kind of nice. "But if the thought of your imaginary baby makes you want to run out and get your tubes tied, we're pretty sure you and the guy aren't meant for each other."* * *Anyway, it's mostly CC #1 that I found helpful, particularly that one idea: We should all aim for crazy chemistry--the kind that blows our skirt up! The kind that swoops us up and throws us down on the bed! In your experience, can chemistry grow out of mutual affection, even when there's not a strong rip-your-clothes-off desire in the first place? -------------------------PS: Raye: I read your post yesterday and giggled my shorts off.
Frankly, I've never been able to have sex WITHOUT that feeling. Then I told Arlo what you said, and he was like, "Now THERE'S a woman I could do business with." ...
Lovelies: Last Thursday, I went on yet another Internet date.
The guy was a lawyer with what my father would call a "good Irish name"--let's say his name was Sean O'Shaunessey. I did not feel the red hot pangs of lust for this very nice person, who was perfectly attractive, quite smart, and apparently successful.
If there is a mental, intellectual and spiritual connection but no physical chemistry is that a deal breaker or does it mean that the relationship is doomed to fail? It's very difficult to find someone with 100% of what you're seeking. what happens if you find someone who is extremely close to what you are looking for but there isn't any chemistry. Most often relationships are based on the initial chemistry and when they find there is not much in common the chemistry cease to exist.
Has anyone met someone felt no physical attraction but given time the chemistry happens? Bottom line: chemistry is ALL that we are and it either is there mutually or not. I think I should have deleted this much shorter piece too! But you have so much in common so the right elements are there just wait and see if the chemicals kick in .
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But in the days after the date, I got a few emails from Sean O'Sean, and a "thinking of you" type of text late in the day Saturday ...
and I began to get the feeling he was pretty into it.
hmmmmm nope Sometimes the physical attraction grows, but usually that's because there was at least a little something there to begin with. The whole idea of getting to know someone is to see how you are together as you get to know each other, which changes as you develop a rapport. She is a good person inside - she is good to me and everyone else in the world. I would give it a chance first, you can always call it a deal breaker later but at least you will know conclusively instead of wondering for the rest of your life. Nobody should feel they have to settle or be settled for. I dated a guy a few years ago, nice Jewish doctor, pleasant guy - it was like kissing my brother. Well, I just deleted a long, well thought out piece on chemistry! If it involves only one level of our being it will not last. Chemistry is elusive because you have to meet them to experience it.
Without it - those are the people you can become great friends with. If you're not, you're doing a very good person a very bad dis-service - just using them so you don't feel lonely or whatever - very selfish thing to do. Why not let them go on their way and have another shot at finding someone that can love them and fully appreciate them? Limiting yourself to the people towards whom you are immediately attracted sexually will rule out the majority of people with whom you could otherwise develop a wonderful relationship. Just a good normal person with no hate towards anyone (it is ok if she don't like Geo Bush - that would be being a normal logical person lol)Everything else is just "stuff" that we can glady work with together."Everything you want in a partner but no chemistry--will it work? The very foundation of boy/girl anything is the boy/girl - no I am not saying sex. You could build a mutual friendship or a foundation for a great long-term relationship. I gave it the old college try for a few months but nothing ever developed. Not something you can write in a profile or an email.