You suddenly become euphoric for no apparent reason, you can’t focus at all, and when you see a certain someone, you feel as if you were going to faint.
Could these be the signs of being in love? Or is it just a passing fling?
How to tell if you’re in love, or it’s merely a short burst of attraction that is going to fade away in no time. And, if you are in love, what are the signs of love to look for in that other person?
Read on to find answers to all your questions on love.
What love is and what it isn’t?
The reason why one would need this article in the first place is that love can be mistaken for other feelings.
We’ve all been infatuated with someone, misled by our momentary experiences to believe we’re in love. And, what happened next was that it vanished into thin air within a couple of days, weeks, or months.
The infatuation period usually lasts for three, up to six months. It’s the time of chemical changes in our bodies. So without the actual intake, you feel so euphoric as if you were on a cocaine high.
So, how to know the real deal from its vigorous counterpart? What are some signs ofbeing in love for real, as opposed to the signs of being in love until the next interesting person comes along? Here are the four things to look for.
1. You’re selfless
When you’re looking for the sure signs of being in love, you won’t miss being entirely selfless. It doesn’t mean you are buying gifts and trickles for the other person wherever you go.
It means a gut feeling that you will always do whatever it takes for that other person to be well.
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