This is a little off topic, but since you mentioned it, your scenario reminded me of a blog post I read the other night called the 'The Dark Side of Cupid'. It inferred that these interactions with a potential mate, that seem MUCH too good to be true, may have deeper and more sinister workings in the background of reality.Raison d'être said:In my case, I recently felt strongly attracted to a girl, without conscious reason. "I do not like this feeling, I feel I'm losing my defenses by an emotional identifiación baseless" I was saying to myself. A constant internal struggle. One day while we were talking, I could feel as dizziness the Deja Vu immediately, quite strong.
By the analysis of past experiences, I observed the following:
1. Too "lovely" for be true. And nothing good comes out of this.
2. This is not connection with the person of now, this is a identification for someone from the past.
3. Some know, my stepfather died about three years ago. The girl that I know now, just lost his stepfather. Too many things in common, and not how normally one expect to have with someone.
Here's a link to the post, fwiw: