LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT... DOES IT EVEN HAPPEN?
Love at first sight, or instant love, can happen as a result of an instant mutual attraction. Two strangers see each other "across a crowded room," there's an instant attraction, an electric spark, and suddenly they've found their match and never look back. This attraction often starts as an infatuation.
Whether the emotions are based on love at first sight or infatuation at first sight, after getting to know each other, many couples have built successful relationships after reports of experiencing love at first sight.
What does love at first sight feel like?
Love at first sight often feels like an intense rush of romantic love for the person you’re attracted to. You may feel a little sick in the stomach upon meeting them or what is commonly referred to as "butterflies", you find everything they do incredibly appealing and interaction between the both of you often feels natural and unforced
Is it possible to fall in love with someone you just met?
Love at first sight is often a component of falling in love that relates to attraction and infatuation. It is possible that love will happen, especially if the excitement continues each time you see each other. It will also depend on how much time you two spend together and how open you are with each other.
How do you know if an attraction is mutual?
Mutual connections are often confirmed by one person or the other starting an interaction. Your eyes will often lock on one another, you’ll want to know everything about each other and create a connection that goes beyond first sight. Most people, who experience love at first sight, agree that they both knew almost immediately that they were meant to be together.
How do I know if I'm experiencing love at first sight?
The more physical signs that could show your experiencing love, at first sight, include; your heart speeding up, your body temperature getting hot, and the smile that just won’t leave your face. You’ll feel excited and your body shows it because your brain is releasing endorphins (dopamine, oxytocin, and serotonin) a way of your body telling you there is attraction and a connection.
Love at first sight is actually experienced by people, but it's not so much "love" or "passion," Instead, it's a strong pull or attraction that makes someone particularly open to the possibilities of a relationship