Love is not Enough
Woman's Era|March 2021
Scarcity of love in married life.
Dr. Sanjay Teotia

Love is an intense feeling of deep affection, in other words, love is what one feels, Love should be seen not as a feeling but as an enacted emotion. To love is to feel and act lovingly. People who are in love generally feel a powerful sense of empathy toward their beloved, feeling the other person's pain as their own and being willing to sacrifice anything for the other person. Love means to be deeply committed and connected to someone or something. The basic meaning of love is to feel more than liking someone. It is a bond that two people share. There are a few things you need to avoid when building a new relationship like being too demanding. According to psychology, if you find yourself abandoning usual activities or feeling unusually optimistic, you might be falling in love.

Falling in love is one of the strangest and most wonderful things a human being can experience. And while it's different for everyone, there are some common thoughts and feelings that can help people identify when it's happening. You might be experiencing one of the obvious indicators like not being able to think about anyone or anything else but that person or the signs could be more obfuscated. Whatever it may be, there's no doubt that falling in love in today's labyrinthine dating landscape is complicated. In a bid to simplify things a little, psychologists identify some of the clear signs that you might be falling in love with someone like you can't stop staring at them, you abandon your usual activities, you don't mind when they do something unattractive, time flies when you are together, you feel unusually optimistic, you want to touch and kiss them, you always think about them, you want them to be happy, falling in love can warp your sense of reality a little. It is likely that if you feel deeply in love with someone, then you will have a somewhat unrealistic view of who they are and how they present themselves.

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