Dating a guy but no chemistry
Find it with the right person, however, and you’re streets ahead in the relationship stakes.
When he dumped me, I felt my heart would never mend, and three years later, I still struggle with that relationship loss.I miss the life, excitement and passion of the first guy, but obviously he is not the right mate for me.I have a logical love for the second guy, but can I marry him knowing that we do not have a similar connection?Three years ago, I fell madly in love with this lively, fascinating guy (plays in a band, popular, surprises you at work with chocolate, picks you wild flowers type of guy).We had similar thoughts and passions and were able to understand each other incredibly well.It works on a primitive level – like whether your body wants to get close to theirs.
It’s involuntary and feels delicious, which is why it’s so frustrating when we find chemistry with people we know we shouldn’t (your best friend’s husband, for instance).
He could read me like no one else, inspired me, and made me think and laugh and cry.
We had dynamic "chemistry" — the unexplainable connection that movies and songs are made of.
The way you describe your first relationships sounds like a description of a honeymoon season.
You may not have been having sex, but it sounds like you were acting married. It's more like a divorce than merely deciding to stop dating.
If you’re working through the Kama Sutra for the sixth time and still don’t know the names of their brother and sister (or even if they have any), it’s a pretty safe bet it’s lust.