If only there was a checklist to help singles answer these hard questions, like a Dating Red Flags Checklist… Chemistry means different things to different people. It can be described as a spark, that feeling, an instant connection.rely on instant attraction, what you are doing is falling for someone before you really know them and assuming that you cannot become attracted to someone that you grow to know.After about the fourth date, she reported that not only was she feeling the attraction she desired but he seemed to meet all her requirements for a great relationship. She was able to find the right balance in her decision making and chose the right partner this time.
Spend time together, relax, have fun, get to know each other. If there is a great deal of chemistry in the beginning, you will have to work harder to balance your heart with your head.In this episode our singles are going on real dates with real potential partners. They are nice looking, you enjoy the conversation, they seem like a nice person, and they are interested in seeing you again. I talk to singles every day who think that if there is no instant attraction, spark, or connection, this means it is not the right match and they move on. This is the most exciting and hardest part of dating. Sometimes this happens on the first date and it can be interpreted as “love at first sight”. Or, you might meet someone and not feel those things but you have a lot in common.Eventually the chemistry wears off and you are left with someone who is not the right fit for you.Chemistry can build over time and you deserve to have a relationship with that feeling and that attraction.