But as the relationship settles into a healthy rhythm, you still feel that your partner occupies a large portion of your brain. In the case of falling in love, what comes down often crawls back up. That said, take it as a sign if you'd rather spend time apart, and don't really miss each other when doing so. However, when you love someone you make strong conscious efforts to keep the bond strong and keep the relationship on the right track. It is written into the script of nearly every Disney film and we have bought it, lock, stock and barrel. You meet the person of your dreams, as your emotions are on overdrive and your heart races. You can decide you will see their best qualities, appreciate them for who they are, and be a supportive partner to them.
Once the infatuation phase is over, you can see with clearer eyes as to whether or not you want to continue on in the relationship. You fall out of love as soon as the other person does not give you what you want in the way you want. It was something I did for me until I decided to share it with the rest of the world. Being in love involves attraction, infatuation, obsession or possession. You can love anyone really, or anything.
They can be different, but all of them are bright and unforgettable. Credit: Freepik 1 You choose to love someone, but when you are in love, it is not a choice When you love someone, you both can walk away and start a new relationship, if something goes wrong. The answer is, in fact, there are many differences between the two. It's almost worth staying single and waiting for the right person that you can be in love with. When you love someone you want to see them grow, you encourage them to reach their highest version.
Love can literally end at any moment. Being in love is, with another person who feels the same as you do. To just love someone is usually taken in a platonic way, I love my sister, I love my mom, I love my son, etc. But at the end of the hard days, or the hard months, you will always feel that you are in love with each other. The feeling of love starts from the eye. When you love someone, it's when you will do anything for them. And if that's the type of relationship you want, cool.
In the long run, most especially while being married, loving is more of the ethical, moral, conjugal, and eternal responsibility that you do to make that marriage successful. And this can be different for the more friendly, platonic love you feel for others. Here, love is equated with being happy in the company of, to respect, to give and receive joy, to trust and wanting to know better. We love many people in our lives. Once you have passed the stage of simply being in love with someone to actually loving him or her, you have to learn to let go of the constant high and to ride the less frequent waves as they come. Personally, I would have to say that I disagree with this. It is rather similar to falling down the staircase, this feeling.
They may remove themselves, or be removed, from our lives, but they never leave our minds. We want to be close to them as often as we possibly can. Well, as far as definition goes. Being in love is believing you need someone in order to be happy. You feel them wherever you go in every place, person, and knowable thing.
This means that you are even able to let them go and be wherever they want if that makes them happy. This is where the problem lies: You inevitably do come down. The experience of shared values with another in a relationship comes from common knowledge and experiences whether they be; geographic, cultural, racial, experiential, spiritual, or emotional. But the person you truly love will be in your thoughts to a whole different degree. Loving, on the other hand, is selfless.
The ability to handle these expected events stems, in part to what was modeled by the adults who raised you. But in front of the person you like, winter is just beautiful winter. Loving someone means without keeping score whereas being in love is based on temporary feelings of attraction and what you can get in return from the other person. To love someone is to feel safe in their embrace. Make no mistake about it: Love is no joke. You can't look straight into the eyes of the one you like. Life will often keep people away from us, harm those in our lives and sometimes even take them from us entirely.
It involves extending yourself for the well being of the other person. It may sound like an excuse to break up, but when you break it down, it can actually make some sense. You want to be around them as much as possible. That doesn't mean, however, that you need to be head-over-heels for each other, every single day, in order to be in love. Couples who practically might love each other, but the 'in love' feeling has most likely faded. In other words, you can go from intensely adoring someone and being hopelessly in love with him or her to having these emotions diminish as time passes on and the novelty has worn off. When it comes to human emotions and feelings its always hard to tell.