It’s the extra push that get’s you engaged beyond the causal nod stage.
There is nothing wrong with this and it’s totally innocent. Is it OK to initiate sex while he’s trying to eat lunch? How about when he’s lying in a hospital bed dieing from cancer.
It’s a function of the halo effect – we assume that people we find physically attractive are also smarter, kinder, friendlier and so-forth. Physical attraction is great – it’s incredibly important for any romantic relationship – but it’s not the in the long run than looks.
It sucks, but dating at it’s core is a number’s game.Whenever I talk to men who regularly have issues with women pulling the fade away, the hands-down most common issue is that who they want doesn’t line up with who they’re actually It’s easy to let attraction be the justification for everything else, especially when you’re relatively socially inexperienced.The classic example is the nerd developing a crush on the cheerleader without knowing anything about her; he’s built up this elaborate fantasy about who she is and what she’s “really” into without any regard for reality. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.