The Spark – Myth?

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  1. ninegrandstudent

    March 21st, 2016 at 07:43

    Sorry – I’m one of those who does believe in the spark! I don’t think everyone gets it (and definitely don’t think a relationship without it is any worse) but for me, it happened. And at 16 that was bloody terrifying to the point I almost refused to get in the relationship!

    Prior to that moment I had always been extremely cynical, so it’s definitely not a romantic’s viewpoint either! x

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  2. Siobhan

    March 22nd, 2016 at 09:12

    It’s a funny one! With my boyfriend it was a slow falling in love, I just didn’t trust the whole ‘being in love’ thing. But now, four years down the line, the spark is definitely there. I find it mostly when I’m looking at him without him noticing and thinking ‘I’m actually pretty darn lucky’ then he looks back at me and I can tell he’s thinking the same

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  3. Isobel Thomas

    March 24th, 2016 at 06:57

    This is such a good point! I’ve been on a couple of dates, but I’ve never felt that connection with them as I did with my ex. That feeling they give you when they talk to you, hold your hand, hug you etc. It’s hard to describe, but the whole spark thing definitely shouldn’t be used as a break up line as it’s a load bollocks to be honest and a quick way out of a relationship as they can’t be bothered to give you a reasonable explaination.

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  4. Kara

    March 24th, 2016 at 21:36

    ‘The Spark’ is a total crock of shite if you ask me. Yes, you get the initial feels and the butterflies and all that nice stuff, but after you become comfortable that’s not always going to be there – I found it comes and goes in waves but is impossible (and draining to try) to maintain it as a constant. I ended a long term relationship in October, and it wasn’t because there was no ‘spark’ – he quite simply showed himself to be a dick. Fab post, and very true!

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  5. Martha Jane

    April 6th, 2016 at 22:05

    I don’t know if I believe in a spark as such, but I believe in chemistry, and I think if you’ve got chemistry with somebody, then there’s no reason why it shouldn’t last. I do agree that people pull the ‘no spark’ card as a cop out reason for ending something when there’s probably another reason that’s much more plausible! x

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