For the lovely Veronica….I have a gift for her

Anyone who is asked if love is complicated is likely to respond “yes,” or at the very least, “sometimes.” Love can be complicated because it can be difficult when the person you love doesn’t feel the same way about you, or when they do but your relationship doesn’t work out. Because love can take many different forms and you might not instantly know which kind you’re experiencing, it can also make life more difficult. We are here to assist you in understanding your emotions and trying to pinpoint the specific form of love you are experiencing while it is tightly holding you. It’s not always the same to be in love. It occasionally moves through particular phases.
When you initially fall in love with someone, it frequently feels more like an infatuation, complete with a lot of excitement and trepidation. How about if it’s mutual? Many people experience euphoric euphoria, which can leave you and your spouse utterly enmeshed in one another. That emotion of having recently fallen in love frequently changes over time into something less intense but more enduring. These initial feelings are intense because hormone levels like norepinephrine and dopamine are higher than usual. With the aid of the hormone oxytocin, which is involved in attachment, these intense sentiments frequently eventually give way to a more intense fondness. Perhaps you fall in love with someone you just met, but you soon discover that your perception has been clouded by the initial flush of love. Your feelings start to wane as the initial intensity wears off and fail to take hold. It’s possible to fall in love romantically without feeling ecstatic or tense. For example, someone who starts dating their closest friend could realize that their formerly platonic relationship quickly turns amorous and sexually heated.

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