It would make sense, then, that the person for whom you already do all of these things would make the best relationship partner. The desirability factor is derived from the absence of those things, which ferments that kind of desire that reflects the old adage, “You want what you can't have.”If one of these is more present than the other in the relationship, the relationship will fail.
In fact, the chemistry mimics the high of addiction.
Think about how you are with your friends: You tell each other everything.
(Are there things you keep secret from your partner? (Are there times you dread spending time with your partner?
I've been envious of new friends that supplant old friendships.
I also have friends who don't share their different friend circles, for fear of social miscegenation.
" but with him, you already have a pretty good sense of who he is because you've spent the last year hanging out with him like pals. He knows that you start imagining he's dead on the side of the road when he doesn't text you back for eight hours so he does his best not to make you think he's dead. If he's the type of guy who would've been your friend whether you eventually dated or not, he's already the best kind of guy to date.