That's because they were fortunate enough to have compatible values, goals and personalities, and because these qualities enabled them to build depth to their relationship.
Rosie & Sherry Thank you so much for responding to my last email.
Everything you said rang true for me regarding my friend's situation.
"fireworks," "electricity," a "spark." They feel drawn to each other even though they know nothing about each other's values, personal qualities, expectations, or if their personalities are compatible.
It could be that they have a strong "chemical" reaction, or a personal "magnetism" that makes them feel as if they've known each other all their lives.
The second is for both of you to read the first few chapters of our book, "In The Beginning." It will help both of you to better understand the dynamics at play here, and decide whether you wish to continue the path toward marriage.
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