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Spend some time in group settings getting to know people (in reality not your imagination) without the pressure of ‘dating’.
Address your beliefs about what you think being instantly attracted tells you and compare it with the reality of previous experiences and ask yourself if that is true.
What I’ve seen happen time and again, is that people who rely on this whole ‘instant’ thing, don’t adjust their view of the person, their level of trust, their ideas about a possible relationship, as they get to know them.
They stick with their initial perception and they don’t reconcile it with reality.
She was rumored to have predicted major business deals, marriages, divorces and even, occasionally, death—all with startling accuracy.
She foresaw a book deal and a great romance for one friend of mine. That friend died at a young age and I often wondered if the psychic knew that was going to happen all along. And just like that, she didn’t have a care in the world.
There’s also such a thing as relationship insanity – if all you’ve ever done is go out with people who you feel the instant zsa zsa zu with and all it’s done is give you a proverbial ball or boob ache, there’s a message in there.It’s such an enormous assumption leap, it leaves a rather painful chasm between you both that will come back to bite you in the arse when you wonder “But we have so much in common so why the hell isn’t this relationship working?” That’s why there are so many perplexed people wondering how someone who looks just how they’d like, or has an IQ off the Richter scale, or is Very Important In The Community, or Is Very Good At Their Job…either doesn’t have the ’emotional skills’ that are needed…or just isn’t interested in a mutual relationship.And before anyone asks, no it’s not about forcing yourself to date someone that you have no interest in, but it is about making sure that you’re not setting yourself up to fail and/or repeating unhealthy patterns.
If it feels familiar and you’ve had your fair share of dodgy experiences, it’s a warning sign, not excitement or ‘spark’.
For them, attraction, love, chemistry and the whole kit and caboodle have a foundation in something of nothing. What you don’t realise if you’re relying on ‘instant’ or very quick attraction, is that you’re saying that you can be attracted to and even fall in love with someone that you don’t know, but that you couldn’t become attracted to and fall in love with someone that you grew to know. You can fall in love with the promise, but you couldn’t fall for the reality?