The experience of falling in love can be compared to drifting into an aromatherapeutic sauna, lying against the softly sloping log chairs, and then realising that the door is closed from the outside. This can be unsettling and even cause fear. But this does not have to be the case because we have access to relationship experts. In this day and age of social media and dating apps, when finding all the fish in the sea is simpler than ever and many of us are dating multiple people at once, we need them. There are simply a lot of elements that can make it difficult for us to interpret the signals of love. There is a cause for your newfound willingness to attempt homemade sushi or don yellow clothing. I love you, baby! You may become more adventurous and receptive to new experiences when you love someone. When we fall in love, our perception of who we are as people can broaden. The period is ideal for creativity. Forget about your criminal docuseries and investigative podcasts about popular culture; your new sweetheart is the next focus of your in-depth studies. We often “study our beloved’s every move, gesture, and word with steadfast interest, keen to know everything about this fascinating, one-of-a-kind creature” while we are feeling in love.