I assume you mean love "at" first site. No, not really. I do believe it might be possible to find love on a first date. But just seeing someone, no.
Have you ever seen someone who looks so compelling that you can't wait to meet them--then you do and they open their mouth and you think---oh holy moley what was I thinking? and run??
I think for it to be love, you would have to interact with them first.
No. You can't love someone you don't know.
You may be attracted to them, lust after them, and even be "infatuated" with them but if you don't (know) them then you're kidding yourself if you (think) you're "in love".
Most people don't reveal their "authentic selves" for at least 3-6 months in a relationship. It's not until you have your first major disagreements where each person makes known their boundaries and "deal breakers" which will determine whether or not you can accept/appreciate this person as they are; AKA (Love them)
Good answer! Most people don't know what a person is like until they have a disagreement with them or something bad happens. They say as a quote : " We attract what is in us". We as people need to examine what is the truth before falling in love.
love is a choice. the time in which that choice is made will vary from person to person.
If by "love" you mean: extreme attraction, immediate interest, increased heart rate, bells & whistles, "Hel-LO Baby...where have you been all my life?" "Whoa! Be still my heart!"........YES, it's possible! But that's using the term LOVE broadly and loosely........The one and only time this happened to me....he turned out to be the LOVE of my LIFE. It doesn't always work out that way!....Good question! LOL
No. Love isn't a feeling.Love is a choice. There can be attraction at first sight, but real love takes time. You must know a person in order to love them!
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