Do you believe in Love at First sight? Or in second sight?
I do believe not only in love at first sight, second sight ... but also at the last sight.
What could be thought of as love at first sight would be "attraction at first sight" -- love needs time to develop and knowing the person a bit more helps...
Exactly! Many marriages end in divorce with people who claim to have loved at first sight. They might have thought "Wow! I want to marry that woman" because of her exterior beauty, but that quickly takes a backseat to the person's personality.
Yes! I believe in both! Love at first sight - When you see someone and you know you just adore them! And second sight - You know you just adore them once you get to know them.
I believe in "luv" at first sight, but "love" takes a little longer. Sometimes luv and love can be found in the same person, but that doesn't necessarily mean they are the same thing! Unfortunately, it means people think it does! Love requires actually knowing someone, caring deeply about them, and sharing mutual affection, respect, friendship, and attraction.
Yes, I believe love at first sight.That thing you could feel someone for someone.
No, it is impossible to love something you know nothing about. Lust at first sight, yes. Love at first sight, no.
I believe in a big connection, in feelings that somehow we always known the person.
Not by seeing her.
But when spending a few hours we don't want to leave and we keep thinking about him, yes, I believe.
Happened to me.
Anything is possible, the first, second, third, fourth, and so on, love comes in an unexpected patterns, so better be prepared and don't be afraid to embrace love, as it is the most wonderful thing anyone should have.
I don't believe in love at first sight. Most times what we think as love, is actually just attraction/infatuation. Yes, we may think of that person for a while, we may "feel" that connection and we may miss them. But what happens if you don't see them for a long time? Does it still remain the same? That may be a good measure to find out if it is love or not. There are lot of things that come into play when you are truly in love with someone. Do you really feel all that when you meet someone the first time? Do you really feel that you want to spend your entire life with them? Do you really feel that you will accept them for what they are? Even if there is a small doubt, that means it is not love.
Also, two of the key ingredients of love are understanding and trust. No relationship can last without these two. And I don't think either of these can be gained as soon as you see someone. It needs time to develop.
Love in second sight.. Possible. If you have really spent quality time with that person when you met first time.
No really thats just attraction. Once you get to know a person then you'll be able to tell.
I think that sometimes we just know and could feel a strong connection with somebody the first time we meet them. We can feel very attracted to a person at first sight a strong chemistry at first sight, but love, real love comes with accepting a person for good and for bad, knowing and trusting a person. That cannot happen in an instant. Of course feeling that connection could cause the relationship to grow to that point, and like I said, you can meet a person and say I know this a person I could love, but of course that will come with time.
..yes I had this feeling both times when I saw her sitting there in her dress with her beautiful smile - and it has continued everytime I lay my eyes upon her since that first day ...... lake erie time 9:09am ontario canada
How can you "love" something you don't know? Love is something that grows over time... Many folks mistake "love" for infatuation, attraction and good ol' sheer lust! Which all of these things are fine, but if I replace those words with 'love' then I'd be loving all kinds of babes that I don't even know; get real... Ha!
For me, if you really love someone, then you see and fall again in love with him/her. Of course the person is same.
In several sights It takes a lot of meetings to fall in love with a person.. for me at least..
I think people throw this phrase around a lot, but it's misleading. I do know that I experienced a strong and unusual connection to my husband the first time I met him. I was nearing 40 years old and had never found myself feeling immediately bonded to someone or tongue-tied around a man ever before. When he turned me down for a date, I went on to date others, but that... "something"... was a continuous sense that all was good, that he would never harm me, and that I was on his mind even if he wasn't showing me.
It's hard for me to call that lust.
So I've concluded that LAFS is possible but extremely rare.
I think people throw the word 'love' around a lot, and don't even know what it is. It's always funny to hear how deeply somebody is in love with "something," then to hear them tell "it" how much hate they actually have. Yep, there is always luck!
no i am not.. its not love, it is only an attraction to the opposite sex
Yes. And I was a skeptic until it happened to me.
I had just started working at this company and saw him walking by, we looked at each other and whatever it was, gripped me and never let me go.
It was as though I knew everything about him. Even his name sounded familiar to me. When we were finally introduced and he shook my hand, I felt an incredible rush that only intensified when we got together.
I too thought this is just infatuation or lust but when we separated for a year, I went on with my life and he went on with his, there was never one day or night that he was not in my thoughts. The pain of not seeing him was incredible. I found it very difficult just to smile sometimes. But we never lost contact and he always felt so close.
Finally one day, he showed up at my door unexpectedly and when he told me he had felt the same way, I knew whatever this was, was not lust or infatuation, we at this point become very good friends but it reached another level.
If this is not love, then it needs another word because I never felt this way for anyone in my life and I am no spring chicken.
Thanks for sharing your story, I'm curious to know how many years you have been together now?
I liked your story try to keep that candle lighting as you love each other by God grace and according to His wish.May your love alive till your last breath!
Thanks for sharing your story to us my friend..
Yes and NO. I think much depends on what you are drawn to about that person.
It may just be a fleeting moment, something about what you see is causing you to go aflutter. Sometimes it is instinct. I think it is possible. Good luck.
I believe in lust at first sight...true love takes a little longer!
I never really had the personal experience myself, so I'd lean towards no. But, quite a few have said yes in a recent survey that was done by a Univerisity in the U.S.
LauraGT hit the nail directly on it's head with her answer. Why say more? You can't love who or what you don't really know.
And knowing just who that person is who you think you love can really only happen over the course of time. But why not enjoy the ride in all of it's phases without giving any phase a certain label? Even puppy love can be fun, can't it?
I have heard people talk about love at first sight....but I'm thinking they are actually referring to "attraction" at first sight. Love requires us to really know the heart of the person, to know how they view life, how they treat others, what their goals are, and how they feel about things. I don't think we could know this much about a person upon first seeing them. It takes time and a lot of communication!
I believe in Love at First sight because it happened to me. I have written a hub about it and it is based on my experience.
Not love at first sight, not even second. Attraction could begin early as we know each other, but love is a strong feeling.
Now that I am older, I don't believe in love at first sight. When I was younger, maybe I believed in love at first sight which is normal as you are very idealistic but when you get older , you see the reality of it over time and your your perception change.
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