Why having mutual physical attraction does not guarantee that you will have chemistry with members of the opposite sex. Why chemistry is essential to ensure that a mutual physical attraction will lead to dates, sex and relationships.
In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss developing chemistry with members of the opposite sex when there is mutual sexual attraction. I answer four different emails from four different viewers, one of them who is a lesbian.
The first email is from a guy who did a great job picking up a woman on a train and having his first two dates. However, he started to fumble the football when trying to make a third date. He started to revert back to his old bad behavior as his attraction level for her started to grow. I analyze two other emails from guys to critique their dating behavior so they can tweak their game and get better results.
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“Chemistry happens as a byproduct of mutual physical attraction, similar goals and values, similar interests, enthusiasm for one another and both people being ready, willing and able to explore being together without holding back. In order for chemistry to grow, things must progress naturally and effortlessly. If interaction between one another happens in fits and starts, then doubt, fear, holding back and challenges will quickly dissipate chemistry and attraction. A truly great relationship starts out with ease and effortlessness and only gets better with time. When things go sideways or don’t work out, don’t take it personally. Understand that learning to be yourself, accepting yourself and loving without conditions or attachments, is a process that is perfected through time and repetition. See every person who comes into your life as a gift and part of an unlimited supply of teachers who are divinely sent to help you perfect yourself.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne