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There are various psychological, physical and emotional symptoms of having good chemistry with another person.It has been described as a "combination of basic psychological arousal combined with a feeling of pleasure"., "is that cocktail of ingredients in which attraction, interest, desire, curiosity, and longing all come together.

"But think of it this way: Perhaps you're used to a roller coaster of emotions in a relationship, and you're accustomed to conflict, jealousy, and angst. I just feel like everything in your blog tells me to keep seeing this guy. Because part of me wants to give it time knowing he’s a good one, and part of me says if all I can say in this email is that he’s “great” but I can’t talk about how I actually feel about him…what’s the point? From what I am reading in your blog, I’m supposed to be happy with this guy. But I feel like I should look forward to seeing him more. Like the idea of him is better than the actual person. I should point out that I’m young (25) and attractive.It can be described in the terms of mutual feelings - "a connection, a bond or common feeling between two people", or as a chemical process - "[it] stimulates love or sexual attraction...brain chemicals are definitely involved".While chemistry has been described as "that romantic spark between [two people]", the term "spark" in the context of relationships is as vague as "chemistry", and therefore is not particularly useful in a definition. D., suggests that "not everyone experiences chemistry".I had never felt so drawn to someone before, and we shared close, deep (non-physical) times together.