Dating a nice guy no chemistry
I really do care about him, but I think maybe this should be a close friendship rather than a relationship.
I am officially dating him now, and he is the kindest, most selfless person I know. I don’t get butterflies in my stomach around him like I have with other men in my life.
During this time, I have come to truly love myself exactly the way I am, avoiding any negative energy from the media or unkind boyfriends.
Then, however, a friend who supported me throughout my entire process apparently came to love and respect my transformation as well.
Why did the men crossing the scary bridge tell more sexual or romantic stories and rate the female experimenter as more attractive than the men who crossed the safe bridge? This study may explain a phenomenon I’ve seen in my practice.
Many of my female clients complain that they don’t feel chemistry with nice guys; yet find themselves drawn to men who are unpredictable and keep them guessing (I also occasionally see this in my male clients).