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Yes, you can really get to know them as a person, but it’s possible that someone will swoop in and get to know them…carnally.Sure, you can build a strong friendship with them, but maybe that friendship will quell any romantic feelings between you both. Researchers have demonstrated that that heart-pounding feeling of being in love is driven by norepinephrine, which is chemically related to adrenaline. Researchers have pinned down the chemicals that flow in our brains and bodies when we have that rush of romantic excitement. A psychologist in York, England, had subjects who were complete strangers follow this protocol: They told each other intimate details of their lives for half an hour and then were directed to stare into each other’s eyes for another four minutes without speaking. In fact, the chemistry mimics the high of addiction.
The overlap in what we want from both friends and partners is actually quite significant.
It feels great for a short term but it distracts them from really knowing each other on an intimate level.
Sex is an expression of intimacy and commitment for each other so it will do well if one works on being friends first.
With your guy though, you're already on the same page with that stuff and everything pretty much always lands (unless you make a series of bad puns that you knew were bad, but you just had to say them. At this point, you've had so many months of near hand-holds and "damn it, I want to kiss you but I won't" moments that the build-up is so much more~*intense*~ than it would've been if you'd waited three freaking dates to kiss. You can tell when he's stressed versus mad versus has a personality disorder.
At this point, it's easy as pie to tell when he's being weird because he's working too much or because he's kind of pissed off at you because of something you said or if he needs help because he's probably an alcoholic who won't admit it.