Some may fake their way through years of marriage, pretending to be happy with all the material stuff their relationship brings them, but ultimately they end up bitter and angry.

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Chemistry in dating relationships video

Physical Chemistry He gently brushes his fingers against your hand and you feel your heart about to pound its way out of your chest. He may be right for us in that moment, in that situation, but is he really the man you want to build a life with?

Don't automatically think that because a certain aspect of physical chemistry is present that the relationship will take off.

But He's So Cute I once saw a really gorgeous guy enter a party and immediately thought, wow, I want him.

Every girl turned to look at him, and every one of them smiled in an attempt to get his attention.

Simply sitting together to watch a sunset should feel right. Get Your FREE Report When You Visit Today:* Love Triggers Revealed *This article is contributed by Tina Jones from the Unforgettable Woman Publishing Team.

She works together with founder Alexandra Fox and writes dating/relationship articles for women.

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.

I miss the life, excitement and passion of the first guy, but obviously he is not the right mate for me.

I don't want to go through life thinking about what I might have had if I had waited it out for a better connection. I would greatly appreciate any light you might be able to shed on the matter. I've heard the chemistry question no fewer than three times this week. The first met a man online, and though they were a great fit on paper, when they met in person, she felt zero chemistry. The common thread in all three stories is that the man at issue is godly and has all the qualities the women are looking for in husbands.