Why You Should Go on a 2nd Date (Even If There Was No Spark)

Finally, and this is important: Keep in mind that chemistry alone is not an accurate read that someone is going to be right for you, says Jennifer Gunsaullus, Ph.D., a San Diego-based sociologist and sexologist. β€œA sexual charge does not mean that person is kind, will respect you, has common values, or that you’d actually be good dating, let alone creating a life together.”
— Rachael Schultz
 Is sexual chemistry a real thing? Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus, San Diego sexologist, weighs in.

Is sexual chemistry a real thing? Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus, San Diego sexologist, weighs in.

You have a good first date. Meaningful conversation, enjoyable interactions, lots of laughs. But you didn't feel any sexual spark or chemistry. Does that mean any potential for romantic dating is doomed? Or can chemistry develop over time? It's a complicated topic, and I offered my two cents about this topic when interviewed by writer Rachael Schultz for Greatist.com

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