My answer to Glimmer515 would be yes, being in a situation simular to the question she asked, I have some insight on what she's talking about. My experience was meeting a girl i never met before, ended up taking her home on the same night i met her and after wards begin a relationship for a couple and then dramatically ended.
so right, i always thought my "type" was the dark mysterious guy that wrote poetry and was all sensative, but that never lasted. It was the big guys that were real guys guys that were actualy long lasting relationships.
Yes, Yes, Yes, and more Yes! (Personal note) When me and my now fiance first met, I hated his guts (lol) I could not stand him. I thought he was arrogrant, cocky (with no reason to be), stupid (academically and about life in general), sex crazed and just down right annoying. Fast forward 6 years and we are engaged.
I married someone who was not my "type" and who I was not physically attracted to. In some ways, this was a blessing as our emotional relationship was better able to blossom. However, over time, the lack of physical attraction can become a problem. While deep love and commitment can often cause the physical attraction to increase over time, I would also suggest you go with your gut instinct. Every time I have pursued a relationship with someone where I initially had "WARNING" going off in my head, I always ended up regretting it. I have found that your first instincts and impressions are usually correct.
Women don't have a clue as to what is Mr. Right. Most women are conditioned to want a "manly-man"; someone who is tall, strong, powerful, deep voice, rugged, and yet a man who is tender and caring. But these two qualities are inherently contradictory. A rugged he-man is not likely to care much for children. It's only after women have been through numerous sour relationships -- to include divorce -- do they understand what a man is. Many women are subsequently disappointed that there is no Prince Charming who will rescue them from the ravages of life. So they have to redefine what it is they truly want. That takes years of much anguish and pain. Some women still hold out for that strong arm to lean on but they end up bitter and disillusioned. A real man is what lies within.
i have recently been asked out by a long time friend who i never saw as more than that which is why i asked the question but foreignpress your response has truly made me want to give it a real chance so thankyou!
Omg hell yes. Happens to me all the time. It is like suddenly you wake up one day, you go to look at Kermit The Frog and suddenly he looks like Mel Gibson. Something just magically happens. Love is strange.
Yes. I learned that the hard way. I always had a "type" of guy I was looking for. My friends always told me to be more open minded. When I finally decided, what do I have to lose, I found a man who was actually the opposite of what I was use to, and he wound up being the biggest love of my life. Keeping an open mind is important!
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