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Falling in love
may be a
common
expression in
much of the
Western world
but it isn’t used
much elsewhere.
The phrase may
be connected to
the idea of
"falling head
over heels,"
which was used
in the 1300s, and
is another term
for being struck
suddenly by
great romantic
attraction to
someone else.
Even with this
connection, it
can be hard to
get a beat on
what falling in
love means, or
what it feels like.
Each person may
define this
experience
somewhat
differently.
Generally, when
a person falls in
love they have
heightened
romantic
interest in
someone else,
and this doesn’t
necessarily have
to occur at first
sight. Many
people are
friends first and
find over time
their feelings
change to those
more romantic in
nature. They
might want more
from a
relationship than
just friendship
and they may
cherish more
than friendly
feelings for the
person with
whom they ’ve
fallen in love.
The word fall
suggests that
there ’s a certain
helplessness
about these
feelings of
attraction, and
they ’re not
necessarily
within the
control of the
person stricken
suddenly with
great affection.
It is true that
people can ’t
always
determine who
or what attracts
them, but they
don ’t have to be
helpless in this
regard. People
can make
choices about
whether to act
on romantic
feelings.
However, for
those
experiencing
falling in love for
the first few
times, the
feelings can
seems so
powerful that
there seems
little choice but
to act upon
them. Some
people have
challenges
maturing out of
this impulse,
which can make
forming lasting
romantic
relationships
very difficult.
It would be hard
to dispute that
initial feelings of
attraction and
the “falling in
love” state are
powerful. For
centuries,
writers and
poets have sung
both the agonies
and joys of
discovering
passionate
feelings for
someone else.
Chaucer called
this early “love”
state the
“ dredful joye”
representing
both the pitfalls
and ecstasy.
Infatuation and
romantic
interest
especially at the
onset of a
relationship can
be both painful
and exciting.
People have
verifiable
physiological
reactions when
in this early love
state. A sight of
the object of
their affection
may cause the
pulse to race and
the body to
sweat. Certain
neurotransmitters
in the brain tend
to be produced
in greater
volume, which
can promote
happiness and
some anxiety.
Yet most social
scientists would
agree that the
reaction is not
entirely a
chemical one and
involves the
thinking brain
and the
emotions on
numerous levels.
Another point on
which most
psychologists
would agree is
that falling in
love is most
certainly not the
same as
maintaining a
sustained love
relationship.
Falling in love
tends to be
easy, but
remaining in love
with a person
can be difficult.
The rush of
feelings
accompanied
with the flush of
early love make
it hard to judge
exactly how
viable a
relationship
might be in the
future. For this
reason, it ’s not
recommended
that people
make quick
decisions or
lifelong
commitments
while in this
early stage.
Getting to know
someone after
the roller coaster
ride of falling in
love with him or
her may be a
fantastic way to
determine if the
initial fall into
love leads to
lasting love.
Falling in love
may be a
common
expression in
much of the
Western world
but it isn’t used
much elsewhere.
The phrase may
be connected to
the idea of
"falling head
over heels,"
which was used
in the 1300s, and
is another term
for being struck
suddenly by
great romantic
attraction to
someone else.
Even with this
connection, it
can be hard to
get a beat on
what falling in
love means, or
what it feels like.
Each person may
define this
experience
somewhat
differently.
Generally, when
a person falls in
love they have
heightened
romantic
interest in
someone else,
and this doesn’t
necessarily have
to occur at first
sight. Many
people are
friends first and
find over time
their feelings
change to those
more romantic in
nature. They
might want more
from a
relationship than
just friendship
and they may
cherish more
than friendly
feelings for the
person with
whom they ’ve
fallen in love.
The word fall
suggests that
there ’s a certain
helplessness
about these
feelings of
attraction, and
they ’re not
necessarily
within the
control of the
person stricken
suddenly with
great affection.
It is true that
people can ’t
always
determine who
or what attracts
them, but they
don ’t have to be
helpless in this
regard. People
can make
choices about
whether to act
on romantic
feelings.
However, for
those
experiencing
falling in love for
the first few
times, the
feelings can
seems so
powerful that
there seems
little choice but
to act upon
them. Some
people have
challenges
maturing out of
this impulse,
which can make
forming lasting
romantic
relationships
very difficult.
It would be hard
to dispute that
initial feelings of
attraction and
the “falling in
love” state are
powerful. For
centuries,
writers and
poets have sung
both the agonies
and joys of
discovering
passionate
feelings for
someone else.
Chaucer called
this early “love”
state the
“ dredful joye”
representing
both the pitfalls
and ecstasy.
Infatuation and
romantic
interest
especially at the
onset of a
relationship can
be both painful
and exciting.
People have
verifiable
physiological
reactions when
in this early love
state. A sight of
the object of
their affection
may cause the
pulse to race and
the body to
sweat. Certain
neurotransmitters
in the brain tend
to be produced
in greater
volume, which
can promote
happiness and
some anxiety.
Yet most social
scientists would
agree that the
reaction is not
entirely a
chemical one and
involves the
thinking brain
and the
emotions on
numerous levels.
Another point on
which most
psychologists
would agree is
that falling in
love is most
certainly not the
same as
maintaining a
sustained love
relationship.
Falling in love
tends to be
easy, but
remaining in love
with a person
can be difficult.
The rush of
feelings
accompanied
with the flush of
early love make
it hard to judge
exactly how
viable a
relationship
might be in the
future. For this
reason, it ’s not
recommended
that people
make quick
decisions or
lifelong
commitments
while in this
early stage.
Getting to know
someone after
the roller coaster
ride of falling in
love with him or
her may be a
fantastic way to
determine if the
initial fall into
love leads to
lasting love.


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