In cases like this, the interest and chemistry wasn’t that strong to begin with.
It seemed like it was but it wasn’t.
When someone quickly loses interest with somebody they had just met and seemingly had real chemistry with, that person wasn’t that into the other in the first place.
I know that this can be difficult to understand.
If this person seemed like they were interested, sharing great chemistry with you through body language, you would naturally believe that their interest level was at a peak.
It really wasn’t.
They felt initial interest and chemistry.
Nonetheless, they wanted something more.
Their mind and body needed something more.
While they were interacting with you, they knew this.
They knew that there was some interest here and they were open to pursue it and see where it led.
By the end of your time together, that extra spark or energy they needed wasn’t there.
A person will go head-on into a romantic pursuit without knowing where it is going.
There was an initial interest that got that person to start interacting but that doesn’t always lead to where they hoped it would.
This is why you would come across a situation where it seemed like the interest and chemistry was there and yet that person has quickly lost interest since your last interaction.
Again, there are a number of people who give out a lot of energy at first, hoping that by the end of your time with them, they are at a whole new level of interest.
In essence, that initial interest or chemistry was a catalyst for what they hoped would happen by the end of your interaction with them.
They were hoping that it was all going to lead to a place of absolute interest and excitement.
They were hoping that by the end of your interaction with them, they would feel that powerful desire to want to know more and just be around you.
They give off a lot of energy in the beginning that is forced, hoping to get a pay off at the end.
A big part of them does hope that there is a pay off.
This is why they put in this kind of energy at the start.
By the end of it all, they just don’t feel it.
All the energy that they initially put in is depleted and they have nothing left to give.
Yes, this is something that happens quite often.
You feel like the interest and chemistry with someone is strong and yet that person loses interest quickly.
Unfortunately, for them, it didn’t lead to a destination they were hoping for.
They expended all that energy at first, in the hopes that it would lead to a place of heightened chemistry, but it didn’t.
As a result, out of gas or out of energy, they lose interest quickly and move on.
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