Is it me? It seems in a majority of cases, married couples excluded, there seems to always be a sweet person dating a non sweet person in any given couple. Is it a powerplay dynamic that occurs making it so or is it that two sweet people get bored of each other and feel unstimulated sexually and intellectually? Is it that people need a challenge per say and that simply opposites attract? or could it be that a sweet person needs to feel sweeter than their partner and be accepted by someone who nobody else would think of dating if they knew the truth because of how hypocritical or mean they are?...Its more of a generalized opening to the topic I am trying to develop here...to further my knowledge base revolving around such questions.
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Usually, people you would consider sweet are generally shy people. How likely do you think that two very shy people will have the confidence to approach each other and start dating? It's usually the confident (not so sweet) person who takes the lead, approaches the shy sweet person and initiates conversation and usually makes the first move and ultimately initiates the relationship. However, I'm sure there are many couples which consist of two shy, sweet people who have plucked up the courage to ask each other out or have done so online. Or they're two very sweet people who are confident as well.
You could say that it's also a case of opposites attracting as well.
I would think that sweet people tend to not realize how sweet they are and are pretty modest, so don't strive for a partner who makes them feel sweeter!4