These secrets will tell you how to identify when there is chemistry between two people. Whether you’re looking at your own relationship, or the relationships of others, this article will help you identify chemistry and it’s effects.
Psychology says that chemistry encompasses the triggering of neurotransmitters and the hormones that result from the physical contact of two people. Sight, smell, sound, taste and touch are all included in the determining factors of a chemical attraction.
The idea of chemistry, however, can be seen as less romantic and more scientific. The processes for determining chemistry are based on rational, logical and scientific components rather than emotional connection. Chemistry does not factor in the idea of a soul mate or you “other half.”
Let’s take a look at the top signs that two people share chemistry.
They Enjoy Similar Hobbies
The idea that opposites attract is a classic notion, but some say that it is actuall untrue. Perhaps certain opposite personality traits do attract, and work harmoniously together; but there is one way in which you need to get along in order to have good chemistry, and that is your hobbies and interests. If you don’t enjoy similar activities, or even enjoy the idea of your partner’s activities enough to give them a try, you are bound to run into some trouble in the long run.
To be in a relationship that runs smoothly, you’ll want to find someone who wants to spend their time in a similar manner as you, especially when the two of you are together. It’s great to enjoy your own activities and interests in your own time, but when you’re sharing your time with someone else, you’ll want to be able to do things that you both enjoy.
A Shared Sense of Humor
People with good chemistry tend to understand each other’s particular brand of humor and sarcasm. Not everyone has the same ideas when it comes to what is funny, stupid or just offensive. When someone understands your sense of humor, and you get their as well, there as a certain connection there that encourages chemistry to prevail.
Respect for One Another
When you become close to someone, you will inevitably argue from time to time. No two people can agree at all times, on every matter. And it’s good to be independent, and maintain your own opinion. However, mutual respect is key for good chemistry. When two people in a relationship disrespect each other, you can see that there is a lack of harmony and balance, which are both necessary for chemistry to thrive.
The Mirror Effect
People who share a chemical attraction often mirror each other’s movements, gestures, body language or verbal tendencies. In the same way that imitation is the highest form of flattery, mimicking other’s movements and intentions makes them feel more comfortable around you. It is even done subconsciously, and if two people are behaving this way toward each other, they certainly share chemistry of some kind.
A Keen Eye
When two people know the ins and outs of each other’s personalities, including seemingly mundane details, there is evidence of an allure between them. When someone pays attention to all the small things that someone likes or doesn’t like, it shows that they truly care about them.
A Great Time
When two people share laughter and a good time, it shows how captivated they are with each other. Engaging in singing, silly behavior, goofy shenanigans or spontaneous activities, you can tell that they are not only into each other and well-suited for one another, but they are comfortable in each other’s presence. This intimacy level is only reached when there is chemistry.
It’s OK to be Quiet
When two people don’t have to fill the silences, this is further proof that they are comfortable with each other and content to be themselves. When people constantly talk and gab, they are usually nervous and eager to change the subject, many times. Silence between two people with chemistry is comfortable and even welcome at times.
When folks share chemistry, they don’t seem to feel the need to lie to one another. They’re comfort level with each other allows them to be open and honest, not concerned with saving face or trying to appear cool. They can truly be themselves around one another.
A Lapse in the Space-Time Continuum
When two people share chemistry, they inevitably have a lot of fun together, which causes time to appear to spin out of control; they can stay up all night talking on the phone about their dreams and goals, or spend what feels like a few minutes together at the coffee shop, only to find out that they’ve been there for hours. They have so much fun together, they can’t keep track of how long it’s been!
A symbiotic relationship is necessary for chemistry to maintain itself, and this means both parties bring something to the table; each person puts effort into the relationship to help it along. Both of them seem to be concerned with helping one another, and it shows in their actions.
When two people feel comfortable exchanging flirtatious touches in public, they have pretty strong chemistry, particularly if they aren’t even dating yet. Physical contact is essential for them, so strong is their attraction. The sexual tension is palpable.
They will likely compliment each other often, letting one another know how much they fancy them.
According to psychologist, in order for love to exist, both people must feel it. If both people feel the love between them is reciprocated and alive, there is a better chance for the love to survive.
When two people clearly desire and feel passionately for each other, it is clear that there is sexual chemistry. These are a few tell-tale signs that there exists strong chemistry between two people, and armed with this knowledge you will be able to spot a “chemistry couple” from miles away.
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