A crush is usually a "fantasy".
Oftentimes the other person is completely unaware of it!
Love is when two people are in an actual relationship with one another that has evolved over time into a strong attachment.
thankyou for your concern about my question
And crush is only for timepass , starting to crushes and feel like niothing to expect from them ... crush is happiness no ? i guess YES
I believe most people who have a "crush" on someone would actually like to have that person desire or be infatuated with them also!
However they silently choose to keep their crush feelings to themselves due to (fear of rejection).
There is no expectations from the person on whom you have the crush but if it is love you start expecting from the person.
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