Scientifically it is a proven fact that when serotonin 2a rises in the blood of people who are crazy-in-love. So, yes, it’s a chemical fact that love-at-first-sight happens, causing neurotransmitter levels to change. This one stays up generally no more than 30 months. When the serotonin falls, that’s when you fall out of love or move to the second stage of love—reward love, where you feel rewarded to be with your partner, but you’re not obsessed all the time. If you’re asking where I came up with this, well…I wrote a book on it.
I totally believe in it. When I first met the man who would become my husband, I knew I loved him. I couldn't stop thinking about him. I looked for him every time I went to where we first met. Now he is my husband.
by dejajolie 8 years ago
Is there such a thing as love at first sight? In the media and in 'real' life I hear about people getting married after only months of dating and hear phrases being thrown around like "as soon as I saw them I knew". Do you believe in this, or if this has been your experience I would love...
by Shirin mk 15 months ago
by Annie 4 years ago
If love is blind, why do we believe in love at first sight
by Michele McCallister 5 years ago
Do you believe in love at first sight?
by Jenny Pugh 2 years ago
Why would a wife keep her marriage to a womanizing husband?Why would some, if not many, wives still continue living with a husband who is obviously a womanizer?
by Ramphil Basco 6 years ago
Do you believe in Love at First sight? Or in second sight?
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