Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Are You Falling in Love?

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Are you Falling in Love or is it just a feeling you get sometimes, well If all these signs happen to be true with you, definitely you are In-love phase.

This one's special

When you're in love, you begin to think your beloved is unique. The belief is coupled with an inability to feel romantic passion for anyone else. Fisher and her colleagues believe this single-mindedness results from elevated levels of central dopamine — a chemical involved in attention and focus — in your brain.

He/She is perfect

People who are truly in love tend to focus on the positive qualities of their beloved, while overlooking his or her negative traits. They also focus on trivial events and objects that remind them of their loved one, day-dreaming about these precious little moments and mementos. This focused attention is also thought to result from elevated levels of central dopamine, as well as a spike in central norepinephrine, a chemical associated with increased memory in the presence of new stimuli.
  
I'm a wreck

As is well known, falling in love often leads to emotional and physiological instability. You bounce between exhilaration, euphoria, increased energy, sleeplessness, loss of appetite, trembling, a racing heart and accelerated breathing, as well as anxiety, panic and feelings of despair when your relationship suffers even the smallest setback. These mood swings parallel the behavior of drug addicts. And indeed, when in-love people are shown pictures of their loved ones, it fires up the same regions of the brain that activate when a drug addict takes a hit. Being in love, researchers say, is a form of addiction.


 Overcoming the challenge made us closer

Going through some sort of adversity with another person tends to intensify romantic attraction. Central dopamine may be responsible for this reaction, too, because research shows that when a reward is delayed, dopamine-producing neurons in the mid-brain region become more productive.

I'm obsessed with him/her

People who are in love report that they spend, on average, more than 85 percent of their waking hours musing over their "love object." Intrusive thinking, as this form of obsessive behavior is called, may result from decreased levels of central serotonin in the brain, a condition that has been associated with obsessive behavior previously. (Obsessive-compulsive disorder is treated with serotonin-reuptake inhibitors.)


 I wish we could be together all the time

People in love regularly exhibit signs of emotional dependency on their relationship, including possessiveness, jealousy, fear of rejection, and separation anxiety.

I hope we stay together forever

They also long for emotional union with their beloved, seeking out ways to get closer and day-dreaming about their future together.

I'd do anything for her/him

People who are in love generally feel a powerful sense of empathy toward their beloved, feeling the other person's pain as their own and being willing to sacri?ce anything for the other person.

 Would he/she like this outfit?
 
Falling in love is marked by a tendency to reorder your daily priorities and/or change your clothing, mannerisms, habits or values in order for them to better align with those of your beloved.

  Can we be exclusive?

Those who are deeply in love typically experience sexual desire for their beloved, but there are strong emotional strings attached: The longing for sex is coupled with possessiveness, a desire for sexual exclusivity, and extreme jealousy when the partner is suspected of infidelity. This possessiveness is thought to have evolved so that an in-love person will compel his or her partner to spurn other suitors, thereby insuring that the couple's courtship is not interrupted until conception has occurred.

  It's not about sex

While the desire for sexual union is important to people in love, the craving for emotional union takes precedence.  A study found that 64 percent of people in love (the same percentage for both sexes) disagreed with the statement, “Sex is the most important part of my relationship with my partner.

  I feel out of control

Fisher and her colleagues found that individuals who report being "in love" commonly say their passion is involuntary and uncontrollable.

The spark is gone

Unfortunately, being in love usually doesn't last forever. It's an impermanent state that either evolves into a long-term, codependent relationship that psychologists call "attachment," or it dissipates, and the relationship dissolves. If there are physical or social barriers inhibiting partners from seeing one another regularly — for example, if the relationship is long-distance — then the "in love" phase generally lasts longer than it would otherwise.
 LiveScience

When you say, "I miss you," it's because you really do miss him after only a day apart. It's not just a cute thing to say, it's a real ache that says he's a part of your life now.

 You can't remember the last time you thought about your ex.  Things with your guy now are so good you can't be bothered with whatever's in the past.

 You feel safe when you're around him. It's hard to describe this feeling, but it really is the best thing in the world. Like nothing bad can happen.

 You're not worried about "scaring him off." You're comfortable enough to cry in front of him or show him huge, slightly embarrassing collection of Beanie Babies (that you swear could be worth a fortune one day), because you feel secure that he's not going anywhere at the drop of a hat.

Little things, like going to the grocery store, are better when he's around. A walk down the cereal aisle can be a very romantic date if you're with the right person.

 When he's sad, you're genuinely sad too. You feel his pain and he feels yours.

 You want to do things you've already done again so he can be there with you this time. Time to take a return trip to the Grand Canyon so you can kiss while the sun goes down and not care how cute or gross you look — you're in love, dammit! And you don't care who knows.
 Cosmopolitan

There are ups and downs, but all joy is happening to you and those feelings are really precious, so sayings like"I am falling in Love with you Again" is the great evidence of everyone wanting, no matter what, to experience it all and all over again during life's path.

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