You think about her all the time and she probably thinks about you all the time. You can’t wait for the two of you to get together again.Whether it’s a great night out together or a great night in together, your life is starting to revolve around seeing her.You are physically attracted and it seems to be mutual. The level of busy you both are at and the quality of the sexual gratification shared mutually.Regardless of how much you like to believe yourself above the hogslop of all that superficial-ness, this is just simply the ONLY way a relationship can truly start IMHO... Great sex and the horrid personality traits can be overlooked longer. Hopefully it’s mutual, but it’s not necessary and it usually isn't totally mutual. Now I don’t know about y'all, but at this point, the newly single persons ALWAYS say and do the same thing! In the initial "getting to know you" stage, I think most of us are more busy assessing the other person and looking for good/bad traits that we know are deal breakers for us, than we are at trying to be the "best." At least, I hope that's the case.
In the end, you are a better you for the next victim and it is completely unsolicited. Why can't people be their best all the time and why is it less important to be your best for someone you love or at least care about than it is to be so for the 'stranger to be named later'? Maybe that's a certain level of fitness; maybe it's a level of attentiveness; or maybe it's just remembering to comb your hair on lazy Sundays before 5 PM. You are physically attracted and it seems to be mutual.
He founded Interchange Counseling Institute in 2002 and is the lead teacher of Interchange's San Francisco-based year-long counseling and coaching training.
Understanding the stages that relationships traverse throughout their life cycles can help you make sense of why relationships end when they end, how not to skip steps, and how to appreciate and enjoy the stage you’re in. D., earned his doctorate in Psychology from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
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