Most times, I'll also kiss the girl half way through the date and the response is always positive.
However, the next day I always receive a text saying that although they had an amazing time with me they felt no chemistry and therefore don't want to go out on another date again.
What typically happens is that I get a girl's number, call her, set up a date, then take her out for a drink and/or some sort of activity (like go see a jazz band).
These girls I date know what I look like and already know a little bit about me.
And the strangest thing is that when the date finishes, I walk away feeling like I've had the most amazing time ever.
The girl also comes across as though she had an amazing time too.
You may not have been having sex, but it sounds like you were acting married. It's more like a divorce than merely deciding to stop dating.
Over time though, I'm pretty sure I've weeded these issues out.
We had dynamic "chemistry" — the unexplainable connection that movies and songs are made of.
I had never felt so drawn to someone before, and we shared close, deep (non-physical) times together.
I love him very much, but we do not have the same "chemistry" that I shared with the first person. I just saw the first guy again this week and was reminded again how strong the chemistry is between us.
I miss the life, excitement and passion of the first guy, but obviously he is not the right mate for me.