intense emotion that can oftentimes disguise itself as love. I've had so many one-month relationships where the breakups burned more severely than my long-term ones, just because infatuation is strong of a feeling. It sneaks into your relationship and makes you think you've met the one, only to have things blow up in your face before your romance has even gotten off the ground. Yeah, unsurprisingly, it didn't last, and now, we've blocked one another on every form of social media.
If you believe happily-ever-after means everything always flows wonderfully, and when your own relationship ebbs and flows, you may not realize you are actually in love with a wonderful guy.Infatuation happens early on and tends to become obsessive.When you’re infatuated, you see him through rose-colored glasses based on who you imagine him to be.The infatuation stage can even occur several times in a lifetime. Most love relationships start off in this 'romantic love' stage, which is spontaneous, passionate, even obsessive.You feel energized, happy, complete, and one with your lover. It is during this infatuation stage when you think constantly about your girlfriend, focus on your similarities, and agree on everything.I really liked this blog from our guest contributor Janet Ong Zimmerman, who discusses the differences between lust and the real thing. In real life, here is the more common scenario: Guy meets girl, guy has fun with girl but wants to date others, girl just wants to date guy and tries to keep his attention, and girl may stay too long with a guy who isn’t right for her.
Or if guy decides that he wants girl, fears and insecurities that surface from both individuals means that things aren’t the happily ever after portrayed in fairytales and movies.
No one else will do, and only that person holds the magic to create those feelings inside of you.
You feel lost without them, and the high of the infatuation is matched by the low of the abandonment.
Your playfulness, laughter, and sexual energy make you feel alive and you love your partner even more for how she makes you feel.
Because you are oh-so-full of zest and positive energy, you tend to spread it around and share these positive vibes with your friends, strangers and family - usually in this order. You experience the most intense physical desires, and live in a blissful world of your own where you are convinced that The single most important factor behind the sheer madness of romantic love or infatuation your brain is flooded with endorphins ('feel-good' chemicals like dopamine and phenoethalymine); you are literally on drugs.
You have put him on a pedestal and don’t acknowledge him for who he really is — good or bad.