How many of you falls in love more then one time and why?
Most people fall in love more than once in the U.S.
Generally speaking the (first) time we fall in love is while we're still teenagers attending high school or possibly while in college. Oftentimes at that point in one's life they have not figured out who they are, what they want, or need in a mate for life.
It's also a time when hormones are raging and having no real responsibilities like paying mortgages, car notes, dealing with a demanding boss, or raising children. Many people look back at their first love with unrealistic romanticized thoughts when they compare it to their present day love.
The reality is when one has less demands on their life they naturally are happier than when they have a lot to deal with. Real love involves making time to put in the effort maintain a relationship. Students only had class homework and the rest of their time could be used to spend with or talk with their mates about their "future" together.
Lastly life is an evolutionary process. By that I mean whatever was on your "must have" list for mate at one stage of your life is very likely to change. At age 16 all you may have wanted was an attractive, popular, or funny mate. For most people that alone will not cut it when they reach their mid 20s and early 30s. They date a completely different "type" of person.
There are over 7 Billion people on this planet! Odds are there is more than (one) person who shares your same values, wants the same things for a relationship, naturally agrees with you on how to obtain those things and last but not least the two of you will have a mutual depth of love and desire for one another.
If a relationship/marriage fails it makes no sense to "give up" on finding a new love. This is why people fall in love and marry again.
You can fall in love more than once I did once and stayed with the same person. It is normal to fall in and out of love with someone. Your heart opens up to someone and mutual attraction develops over time.
It is possible to fall in love more than once in a lifetime. That doesn't mean that the past love was not sincere or fulfilling. It merely means that you came across someone worthy to fall in love with yet again
Sometimes when 2 people are in love for a long time, it is possible for one or both of them to change over time. Change can happen due to many reasons. If you fell in love with your partner for a particular quality that he/she had, and then you watched that quality slowly disappear over time, it is only natural for the love to fade away too.
by sandy appiah 4 years ago
How came some people fall in love only in months are they selfish""" for my opinion they're selfishThey're selfish because they don't have a heart they don't know the meaning of love and carying if they know all this things I don't think they would fall in love with five...
by yaknowwhat 5 years ago
Do you think people fall out of love and why ? when love leaves , where does it go......do people fall out of love or just turn colddo they just get bored and / or lazy does the relationship start to fade - it is not as important as it once wasdo ppl get to comfortable thinking they have the person...
by NiaG 7 years ago
Can you fall in love more than once in your life time?
by Daffy Duck 7 years ago
It seems as though people say they love someone sooner and sooner in relationships now a days. What would be a reasonable time for someone to get those feelings after the first date? this would be for the average person.
by pinappu 12 months ago
Can an old man (60+) fall in love with a young woman (20+)?We all know that love ignores all barriers like: religion, race, distance and age. But is it really possible for a man of 65-70 years of age to fall in love with a young girl of 20-25 years of age. I mean, is it psychologically possible?
by Mertjohn 14 months ago
Why does people fall in love?
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