Toni Coleman, MSW is a licensed psychotherapist, relationship coach and founder of http://www.consum-mate.com. As a recognized expert, Toni has been quoted in many local and national publications including; The Chicago Tribune, The Orlando Sentinel, New York Daily News, Indianapolis Star and Newsweek newspapers and Family Circle, Woman's Day, Cosmo Style, Tango, Men's Health, Star (regularly quoted body language expert), People, and Nirvana magazines. She has been featured on abcnews.com, discovery.health.com, aolnews.com, MSN.com, Match.com and planetearthradio.com. Toni is also the featured relationship coach in “The Business And Practice Of Coaching,” (published by Norton, September 2005); and is the author of the forward for,” Winning Points With The Woman In Your Life, One Touchdown At A Time” ( published by Simon and Schuster, November 2005). Toni offers dating and relationship help and advice through her syndicated column, "Dear Dating Coach," and her popular monthly newsletter, "The Art of Intimacy." From March 2005 until December 2005, she was a weekly contributing commentator (love and dating coach) on the KTRS Radio Morning Show, (St. Louis, MO). Toni is a member of The International Coach Federation, The International Association of Coaches and The National Association of Social Workers.
What is relationship chemistry?
Dating and relationship coach Toni Coleman discusses how to know if your relationship has keeper chemistry, including what relationship chemistry is.
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Host: What is relationship chemistry?
Toni Coleman: Relationship chemistry essentially consists of three different elements. There is a physical attraction that is what initially draws us to another person and then there is the friendship or what Kahlil Gibran called the spiritual affinity. It's that being able to relate to each other and being able to feel as though you are in the same place and you see the world in the same way and you can just connect with each other without too much work. Then the third part of that would be an intellectual kind of chemistry where you are able to challenge each other and stimulate each other intellectually and it's never boring and those are really essentially the three different parts of relationship chemistry and for some people one or another will be sort of the prominent one, but essentially, those three need to be present if you are going to have the right mix and if you don't have all three present, then it could create a problem.