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You can contact us or unsubscribe anytime. The following advice is aimed at adults who have been dating for a good decade already. In my opinion, Lookinf should do whatever you want with dating in your 20s, within the bounds of treating people with feelings like you would want yourself to be treated, of course.
However, at a certain point, you need to get your romantic shit together. This ends after a couple of months.
I was poly for about four years, and have been in a monogamous relationship for over two years. It started after being burned out on a decade of serial monogamy.
Being poly taught me that all those years, I was essentially monogamous for the wrong reasons. This is not enough of a reason.
Actively learning what I wanted out of a relationship taught me how to be monogamous for the right reasons. I knew I was ready to give it up when I found someone who felt like three or four men put together.
He was enoughand then some. But after their first child was born, she said she could barely stomach the idea of touching this man sexually again.
Also, Meyers doesn't say what his proof is flr a "spark" is generated by the idea that you're "afraid" you can't "get" this person to be with you. No one knows what generates sexual chemistry between two people.
I've even read in Helen Fisher's illuminating book Why We Love that chemistry could be an instantaneous instinct that kicks in when we've met Looking for a spark of romance mate whose DNA would match up with Lookung DNA to produce the healthiest offspring. After all, back in the caveman days, there wasn't a lot of long-term dating.
People only lived until like 12, you know?
I do agree that a "spark" can't be your only reason for being with someone.