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When Sparks Fly


Sparks are the first signs of attraction and can be easily confused with love. Sparks fly when you meet someone truly compatible with you. Sparks fly when you feel like you've known them forever or when they remind you of someone else. Most people have experienced sparks at one point or another, but there's no way to predict whether those sparks will lead to a long-lasting relationship or fade away after a few weeks or months.


When you meet someone, and it's like you've known them forever, your souls recognize each other. The feeling of recognition is so strong that it feels like you've learned this person your whole life. You feel like they understand everything about who you are and what makes sense to do in the world, no matter how crazy or out of the ordinary it might seem to others.

When sparks fly between two people who aren't romantically involved (like friends or coworkers), there can be an intense desire for closeness between them--to be together all the time, maybe even move into a house together! This kind of closeness comes from having similar values or beliefs about life; sharing similar interests; liking each other's company so much that being apart feels wrong; being able to talk openly about anything without judgment from either side...


You feel like you've known this person forever.

It's a feeling that can't be explained, but it's there. You feel like you've known this person forever. You feel like they are easy to talk to, and they know exactly what to say when you need it most.


It might be because they have a similar background or sense of humor as you do, but whatever the reason is, sparks will fly, and your relationship will take off like wildfire!


It's a rush of adrenaline that comes from attraction.

The feeling of attraction is a rush of adrenaline from your body's natural fight-or-flight response. It's the same reason you feel excited when you see a wild animal on the safari, but in this case, it's caused by another human being.

When sparks fly:

  • Your heart beats faster, and your stomach gets butterflies (or whatever animal metaphor you prefer).

  • You start to feel happy and excited around them, even if they're not doing anything special!

  • You get an urge to talk to them more often than usual because you want more time with them--and maybe even some alone time with them too!

You know your other half is compatible with you when:

  • You have a similar goal and vision for your future. If both partners work toward the same goals, that's a great start.

  • Your values and beliefs align with each other's. It's essential to be on the same page about what you want out of life so that there aren't any surprises in store down the road!

  • Both partners want the same things in life.

If you have a deep connection with someone, you likely feel you can tell them anything. You might also feel like you have known them forever or that they are your best friend. You may even trust them completely--even though this is a new person in your life! This is because of how strong the connection between you is; it's almost like magic!

If this sounds familiar, then congratulations: sparks are flying!


When sparks fly between two people, they often say, "We just have so much in common!" or "I could talk to this person for hours!" This is because when we connect with someone on a deep level, we become closer as friends and partners; our lives become intertwined in ways that weren't possible before meeting each other.


We hope you've found some insight into what it feels like to connect with someone. It's a fantastic feeling that can't be described with words alone, but we tried our best! If you want to know more about what sparks fly between two people, check out our blog post on telling if someone is attracted to you.


May your connections spark a fire!

Erin


Time to Dish:


  • Have you recently connected with someone?

  • Is it like you have known them forever?

  • How did you meet?

  • Isn't it the best feeling in the world?


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