We find people aesthetically appealing without finding them intimately attractive.

We find people aesthetically appealing without finding them intimately attractive.

The benefit of perhaps not utilizing a dating website and letting things develop naturally is the fact that there’s even less force and subtext, you don’t have the information and feeling that you’re starting one thing ‘on purpose’, that you’re ‘directing’ or ‘forcing’ things simply because of the way you understand one another. The disadvantage is that, by and enormous, it won’t happen extremely often if you met up with them– you may have 9,000 followers on Twitter, for instance, but how many of them do you have a deep personal connection with that makes you want to stay up all night talking about your deepest feelings, or hold hands with in the street? [ In my instance, hmmm … about ten possibly? I believe each of them understand who they really are, too, which needless to say helps]. Continue reading “We find people aesthetically appealing without finding them intimately attractive.”