I’m going out with a guy who’s been a good friend for a while now. We have wonderful conversations, and I genuinely enjoy being around him. The only problem is that there doesn’t seem to be a good physical connection. I’m not sure if it’s because we are going from just being friends to trying to date or if there really just isn’t anything there. We were out the other night and it just felt awkward. I’m not sure if I should continue to go out with him to see if that will change or if it’s never going to.
Have any of you ever had this experience?
Alisa’s response: I suggest giving this new relationship up to six weeks of dating to see if a connection develops. Invest in making him feel great, have fun, and practice your techniques, and if after that no greater physical chemistry develops (read this article), then stop seeing him. But remember, the investment, sacrifice, and practice will still be good for both of you.
Let me know how it works out. Oh, and I am assuming that he fits your top ten. Is that correct?