No chemistry dating
If I had a pound for every time someone told me about their worst date ever, only to explain that they just didn’t fancy the other person then I’d probably be pretty rich by now!
But no matter how carefully you screen your potential dates, at some stage, you’re going to find yourself on a date where there’s just no chemistry.
You are POSITIVE that you know right away that there will never be sparks because you didn’t feel them on the first date.As many of us have learned the hard way, that isn’t always true. Are you sure that it’s not worthy of a second or third date, just to get to know each other better?But back to the no-chemistry date: how do you handle the lack of sparks, how seriously should that factor into your interests, and what do you do next? A lot of us want lightning to strike and that’s OK! Sometimes the instant you click, you click on all levels. Chemistry is a sneaky little thing that can appear immediately or sneak up on you.If you need evidence, take a look at how elements behave at a party: Googling some ideas for a valentine’s day chemistry lesson, I came across a really great idea from a wiki set up by a school in the USA and have decided to use the idea and adapt it slightly so it addresses what students need to know about atomic structure and ionic bonding for GCSE. Assign each student an element, whose role they take during the lesson.I would stick to group 1, 2, 6 and 7 elements and avoid high atomic numbers (as the students will be drawing the structures).