How many time does an average person fall in love in the entire lifetime?
I didn't know but the person fall in love in the entire life if he or she will meet their love ones in their life.
I would say about three to four times also it depends on the person how they have been dating or if they have had a social life at all to experience with relationships before they know what it is they want from life some people fall in love once or twice.
This question makes me think of a scene from a movie, in which a man tells a boy that everyone has three great loves in their life. While I doubt that everyone has EXACTLY the same experience, three sounds about right for the average. I'd say that most fall in love at least twice, because it's extremely rare to end up with your first love. It seems most don't recognize it for what it is the first time, so that one gets away.
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