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the “love drug;” pheromones, which are produced from DHEA and result in sensuality, a sense of well-being, and comfort; and oxytocin, or the cuddle hormone that’s released when people get physically close.So why do we have that heart-fluttering reaction with some people and not others?I’ve been on quite a few first dates over the last few months.I’m not desperate for a relationship or anything, (although I’d happily have one), but I like meeting new people and I love an outing, so a first date is just a fun excuse for cocktails really. That elusive something that is apparently meant to reveal clearly within minutes of meeting a total stranger whether or not they have the potential to be the love of your life.‘She’s gorgeous, and we got on really well and shared a sense of humour, but I just wasn’t sure I felt THAT SPARK.’ God. Because honestly, are you really meant to feel fireworks within minutes?
Did you meet your partner and just KNOW or was it a slow burn?
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The more dates I go on, the more I’ve become convinced that a first date just isn’t enough.
It isn’t enough to get a proper idea of someone who is probably nervous and not quite themselves.
Of the participants polled, 59 percent of men and women said they would go on a second date with someone they had no romantic chemistry with on the first date.