We didn’t share that passion for exploration that I had, and he wasn't open to trying new things.After some time together, I had thought I could deal with our differences—until I met Sparks, and all that went out the window. Although things ended abruptly and with a lot of pain, I don't regret choosing Sparks over my stable boyfriend.However, through all the tips and tricks, sometimes it just comes down to chemistry and timing.So what are those two seemingly nebulous, yet important, parts of a date? But You Can Coax It Along What does it really mean to have chemistry with someone?After some confusion on my friends’ part, they eventually encouraged me to text him.(After all, how often do you find a connection like this? I even drafted an email to him that, to this day, sits in my drafts folder—but he reached out to me first. And we were both convinced that the connection between us was tangible—not to mention tantalizing.
I love him very much, but we do not have the same "chemistry" that I shared with the first person. I just saw the first guy again this week and was reminded again how strong the chemistry is between us.
After a day or two of texting, I couldn’t stop myself. We flirted via text, and set up another meeting ASAP, even though Sparks was also dating someone before he has boarded that crazy flight with me. Security picked me up from the airport, and I truly felt I could not lead him on after experiencing such intense chemistry with Sparks—something I’d never felt with my boyfriend.
Whereas Sparks and I had instantly connected, since we were into all the same things—health, fitness, adventures, and silly sense of humor about life—Security and I just seemed worlds away, as stable as our relationship was.
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.