Do you think love-at-first-sight happens only in movies and fairy tales? Skeptics will tell you that there is nothing called love at first sight and it doesn’t exist. But the truth is love at first sight can happen to you anywhere, any place and at any time.
At first, you get attracted to the person and basically its physical attraction since this is what we first see of the person: it’s his or her body that attracts or repulses us, whether we want it or not. However, this attraction can only move beyond sexual desire if admiration develops as we get to know the other. Finally, love survives the ravages of time and routine only if we maintain a degree of shared interests and activities. So after all even if you think that you have fallen in love with the person, your love will have to survive the test of time.
- Your mind starts spinning out of control and you can’t stop thinking about him. All that you do is want to be with him every moment of the day.
- You tend to overlook your loved one’s faults and weakness, secretly hoping that your love will be enough to fix them all.
- You’re happy when he’s there; you’re terribly depressed when he’s gone.
- Though you are not a very compromising person but being with him has changed you and you have become a more compromising and understanding person.
When you start dating the man of your dreams, it is quite natural that you will want to touch him, kiss him and be in his arms. Psychologists have noted the first instance of physical contact is initiated by the woman three times out of four, usually in the most subtle possible manner. A slight brush of the arm or the shoulder, for example, is usually enough to tell her man that it’s his turn to take some physical initiative-and that his advances won’t be turned down! His body movements will play a major part in expressing his pleasure at being in your company. You must have the ability to understand whether he likes your company or not and whether he is just as much interested in you as you are.