Compatibility and Chemistry in Relationships
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Chemistry is made up of subtle behaviors and dispositions that are felt by both parties equally.
It could be the way someone laughs at your jokes or the way they talk to you or help you. The absence of chemistry is normally displayed in the lack of emotional intensity.
High compatibility between people comes from the similarities in their lifestyles and values.
Educated people usually date other educated people. Religious people usually date other religious people. People that are not compatible normally repel one another.
Chemistry and compatibility do not necessarily appear together.
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