(Closed) Passion/chemistry in your relationship?

posted 8 years ago in Relationships
  • poll: How important is passion and chemistry to you, and how did it develop between you and your SO?
    We were attracted to each other right away, and still are very much! : (16 votes)
    73 %
    We were attracted to each other right away, and it has faded over time. : (2 votes)
    9 %
    We weren't mutually attracted at first, but it grew over time. : (4 votes)
    18 %
    Passion, chemistry, and physical attraction have always played a minor role in our relationship. : (0 votes)
  • Post # 3
    135 posts
    Blushing bee
    • Wedding: September 2010

    I didn’t vote for this reason.   My Fi were amazing friends before we even thought about dating.   When we met, we were both dating other people, so we were just cool to hang out and be friends.   Then we both ended our other relationships and then started hanging out just us.   There was Fireworks the first time we actually kissed and he still makes me weak in the knees when he walks in a roomKiss, but up until that first kiss, we were happy to just be friends.    If that kiss had bombed, we would still be friends now!

    Post # 5
    398 posts
    Helper bee

    We met online and built a friendship.  Our story is a bit different I guess.  He wasn’t from the area and only moved because of a job. 

    We had only known each other maybe a week, when he emailed me that he has tried to like moving here but he wasn’t happy with his job and didn’t think he could tough it out any longer.  He had put a transfer into moving to another state.   That he enjoyed my company and would like to still keep in contact.  We both truly enjoyed each other’s company, even if it only meant a friendship would develop.  We both had dogs and got the dogs together often. 

    I tried very hard not to “fall for him” but my attempts failed.  His job transfer fell through and we still hung out just as friends.  Nothing physical.

    We had decided to take a day trip to a small town, and over that day I knew I had to tell him how I felt.  To find out, we both felt the same way.  He decided to stop trying to get out of town because I was worth it ( his exact words).

    I’m so thankfull we had almost a year of building such a strong friendship, I have a son from a previous relationship and it was the best thing for my son and I.

    Ever since we decided to move past the friendship, we have always been passionate and still going strong.


    Post # 6
    3176 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: May 2011

    I actually thought my fiance was weird when I first met him and having just broken up with someone with my same name he didn’t like my name 🙂 The next weekend we saw each other again and thats when things started and so now I would say there is a lot of passion/chemistry but it wasnt love at first sight!!

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