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7 Men Reveal How They Knew They Felt An Emotional Connection With Someone
The concept of 'The One' is difficult to grasp in today's society. Social media has made it so we are connected to thousands upon thousands of people, all of whom are then connected to thousands more. Is it really possible that one person is right for us? Maybe, maybe not. But what I know is possible is finding the person who makes you realize why it never worked out with anyone else. Here are seven thoughts that every man has when he meets the right woman. Heinlein which says, "Love is that condition in which the happiness of another person is essential to your own.
All the mutual pain, admiration, shared experiences, attraction, hobbies, interests, orgasms etc. These are not the same as truly knowing a person or being truly vulnerable and yourself within a relationship that has grown and fostered deep emotional intimacy. If you are not being authentic, so showing up as you and being emotionally honest in your own inner relationship never mind with your partner, you will have a lot of the hallmarks of an intimate relationship without the intimacy. If we have a habit of not knowing where we end and where others begin, we will mistake the boundary issues that result from this as intimacy. Maybe one of you talked about your problems or ideas more, and even played armchair psychologist. Maybe you could talk about work, politics, the environment, your intelligence levels, or text morning, noon and night.
Does this scenario sound familiar? Guy sees girl. Guy wants girl. Girl likes guy. The couple has sex. Girl utters a cry.
The silence is never awkward. Just being in their presence is a comfort all its own.
To find love, you need help understanding men. I had one awesome date where I know we both felt a connection. Then I moved back in with my parents for 3 months after graduating from college. I asked him out and we talked about women making the first move. We shared many similar views and opinions and continued texting while I was living at home miles away. We made a plan for a second date but he got nervous and cancelled, but he kept asking when I was moving back, implying that we would eventually pick things back up.
There is nothing more socially desperate than dating the way most people do it, searching for that relationship connection. They simply spend time honestly connecting with people. Sometimes this ends up becoming a relationship, or a friendship. The second group of people have discovered something the first group missed. Think about it for a second. How do you define that word?
One way to have a strong relationship with your partner is to build a deep emotional connection with them. Unlike things like physical attraction which you can't really control, dating and relationship coach, and host of the podcast "The Man Whisperer" , Laurel House, tells Bustle, having an emotional connection with someone is a choice. And across the board, what causes someone to open their heart up to the possibility of love can be different. For some people it may be the emotional support that a partner gives them, and for others it may be the feeling of connectedness they get, especially from feeling comfortable enough to be vulnerable. Everyone experiences emotional connections in their own way. But it's important to note that while emotional connection can't be defined across gendered lines, society often assumes it's harder for men to be vulnerable, based off of social constructions of masculinity.