"I boarded a plane to Chicago and, as fate would have it, sat down next to a guy we'll call Sparks. We parted ways with a hug and exchange of contact information, but as soon as I got in the taxi, I texted my closest friends to tell them I had met The One.
We talked through the entire five-hour flight, and clearly shared the same lust for life. Only problem was, I had a boyfriend (let's call him Security) of two and a half years, with whom I was in a stable relationship back home.
Depending on what you want, the answer is different.
The WOW spark in isolation can lead to amazing casual encounters, but they tend to burn hard and fast, then blow out pretty quickly.
I always hear people complaining that they can’t seem to find that special “spark” they’re looking for in relationships.
In fact, I’ve been victim to this reasoning myself a time or two before.
I wasn’t sure what type of personality he had since he was so quiet. ."It was around this time that I had an important conversation with a friend. We were discussing our dating lives (or lack thereof).
A few years ago, I had a lengthy list of things that would get a man points or lose him points.
It included everything from nice shoes to a good voice, from a quick wit to an instant spark, from a nice car to pretty, blue eyes.
Recently, Sally, 28 from Sydney, went on what can only be described as the Perfect First Date with a guy who could only be described as THE Perfect Man – he was handsome, charming, witty and genuinely interested in her. According to e Harmony Psychologist and Dating Expert, Melanie Schilling, it’s important to note there are two types of ‘spark’; “I call them the ‘WOW’ and the ‘AHHH’.
The WOW is often driven by hormonal reactions to the physical presence of an attractive mate.