Finally, an improper focus on the physical side of potential relationships is not only dangerous, but will likely keep you away from experiencing a wonderful and full relationship.My thinking is that ‘negative chemistry’ is something that should cause you not to pursue a potential relationship, but ‘neutral’ chemistry should not.
Before I provide an answer to the above question, let me define ‘physical attraction’ as used in a relationship. Chemistry is usually used when a person is describing the physical attraction that they find for a person of the opposite gender.Singles usually wonder if the person they meet in a dating website will have some kind of physical attraction between them when they meet in person. Jim explains what kind of chemistry a person should expect to feel when meeting the person for the first time.Is physical attraction something that can be developed?This is the honest and considerate thing to do and not take advantage of another person’s emotions.“Strong physical attraction does not always surface at first meetings” The danger of focusing on the physical side.It is seeing the physical attributes and qualities of another that are stimulating.Many single adults limit their definition of physical attraction to the sexual attraction they either have or do not have for another.Would you be willing to continue a relationship with someone who you aren't physically attracted to?Listen to our Your Tango Experts’ lively discussion on this fascinating subject.However, when they meet in person one or both of them find no ‘chemistry’ or attraction to the other person.(This is another reason why I state over and over in my writing to not place too much emphasis upon a relationship until you at least meet in person.) Can physical attraction be developed? While I do believe that ‘attraction’ can grow over time, I do not suggest that one should prolong a relationship when they know at the beginning that it will not go anywhere for them. You have surely seen some very ‘unlikely’ couples in their physical attributes or other features.