Dating a nice guy no chemistry
Many people confuse good looks with attraction, and those are not the same things.We may turn our heads when a handsome man swaggers by, but, all too often, once we talk to him he quickly plummets from prince to toad’hot on the outside and empty inside.It can be described in the terms of mutual feelings - "a connection, a bond or common feeling between two people", or as a chemical process - "[it] stimulates love or sexual attraction...brain chemicals are definitely involved".While chemistry has been described as "that romantic spark between [two people]", the term "spark" in the context of relationships is as vague as "chemistry", and therefore is not particularly useful in a definition. D., suggests that "not everyone experiences chemistry".One can feel a sense of obsession over the other person, longing for "the day [when they return] to that person".One can also uncontrollably smile whenever thinking about the other person.
While some people hold that it is something that you "can't learn and can't teach...[and you] either have..you don't", others hold that chemistry is a process rather than a moment, "build[ing] up and adds up and eventually you get this kind of chemical bonding".Alternatively, a guy with crooked teeth and a bit of a paunch can have confidence and a playfulness that slide him into our heart and make him irresistible.True attraction appears to be a mystery, but it can be explained by science. But other aspects do, too; my friend almost cancelled a first date with a guy because she wasn’t keen on his phone voice; he’s now her husband.Chemistry can make otherwise rational people ignore serious problems and issues in an individual and relationship.
Chemistry often blinds people to warning signs that a person or relationship is not healthy or the right one for them.Chemistry often seems to have the power to blind us.