How can you say it is already love?
When can you tell yourself that "this is the one".-- the person who you really fall in love? How can you tell it is already love?
You can tel it is love when you feel the happiest to be with the one. When you everything in your world feels perfect like nothing else matters around you.
Love can be defined in so many different ways.. you only tend to think about that particular person and no one else.. you feel good being around that person.. you can talk with them about anything and everything under the sky.
But then again if he/she is really the one for you, you should interpret the clues they leave behind. It may be how they behave, feel, talk, etc.
Once you spend time with the person you tend to know.
You should know whether or not "this is the one", because you've stopped looking "at all the rest of them"!lol..If your still looking at other women as potentials, then she's not the one it's as simple as that..What do you love about her?, in my opinion you shouldn't be able to say..Your'l just feel something when your with her, & your'l feel content not to be anywhere else....When i met the girl for me (my "the one") she made me "very" nervous, & she was "the" only girl in town i couldn't speak to without being nervous..I just looked at her & knew she was the one for me, & it was when i looked into her eyes that i knew..It's funny really because when i first met her i never thought about bending her over etc like we usually do, no i just thought how beautiful she was/is..So contrary to lust evolving into love like a lot of people reckon, i never fell in lust with my "the one"..You could line the top ten most sexiest celebrities up bent over naked, AND pay me £1 million to shag each one of them & i swear i wouldn't..I tel yer buddy your'l know when she's the one, well i did anyway.
That's a tough one! I have been married more than once, and I can honestly say that each time I thought "This is the one"!
That being said, I am also a restless soul and never quite felt like what I had was enough. The beginning of each relationship seemed like the onset of that eternal bliss that I imagined existed. I would then get restless and move on, looking for bigger and better...that right fit.
The one difference I have found between the man I am now married to (and have been with for 10 years) and the other men is that I feel comfortable in my own skin for the first time in my life. I don't feel like I need to prove anything to him...he loves me as I am (faults and all). And, while it is always nice to hear the words "I love you" it never needs to be said by him...the feeling is always there.
When you have seen each other's "authentic selves" warts and all and realize that you share the same values, want the same things for the relationship, naturally agree on how to get those things, and last but not least have a mutual depth of love and desire for one another.
"Don't marry the person you think you can live with; marry only the individual you think you can't live without." - Dr. James Dobson
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