For people who are drawn to newness or are looking for something they wish they had but lack, the attraction to someone different from themselves can be quite intoxicating, at least initially.But there have been several studies looking at whether opposites do indeed attract and for the most part the answer seems to be no.A 2003 study from the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found, in fact, that people really want to be romantically connected to someone they view as being very similar to themselves.
One thing for certain is that their friends will poke fun at them, while others will be curious or even discourteous with unkind innuendos.Another important finding of this study was that when researchers examined the level of marital happiness and satisfaction, the happier couples had the most similar personalities, though not necessarily similar attitudes.So it may seem like a romantic idea to get involved with a loud outgoing man when you see yourself as a quieter more introverted woman, but the evidence suggests you won’t actually be that attracted to him.News that the two are "not dating.""The pros are in rehearsal now—he's a pro, she's in the troupe. He was very at ease and you could tell they were comfortable together," an insider tells us.(Um, yeah, have you seen this dance they did together?! After all, everyone is ridiculously good-looking, and you've seen the intense chemistry that hits that ballroom.