Friendship first dating later
Satisfying your partner's needs or wants increases how much he or she likes you and how friendly he or she feels toward you — but it can also reduce his or her desire to chase you for more.In contrast, not satisfying a partner's needs may keep him or her passionately pursuing you and trying to please you, but will eventually lead to dislike, dissatisfaction and animosity.I am a funloving, adventureous, female that lives life pionately and always has a smile on her face nomatter what life throws at me.
It would make sense, then, that the person for whom you already do all of these things would make the best relationship partner. The desirability factor is derived from the absence of those things, which ferments that kind of desire that reflects the old adage, "You want what you can't have."If one of these is more present than the other in the relationship, the relationship will fail.
There must be a balance between the likability and desirability factors.