When we slump in love we sometimes don’t know why we did. There is a copious amount of weird reasons we fall in love and explanations on how and why we do.
First, it sounds weird that it may take from two to four minutes to figure out if you love someone, or if your feelings come then and there. You mainly love someone on three things that are; their body language, the way the person talks, and on what the person specifically says to you. There are three stages of love. These stages are lust, attraction, and attachment. Lust is of course driven by hormones and testosterone (Lee Ann Obringer). Of course, if someone looks sexually attractive you can catch feelings for them. Attraction happens when nothing else is on your mind, but this person (Lee Ann Obringer). Every morning you wake up they’re the first thing you think of (Lee Ann Obringer). Attachment is much more of an abyss of love maybe. Early love I should say. When you’re attached, you don’t just want a jiffy relationship, but a relationship that lasts an authentic long time. One where you can have children, raise them together (Lee Ann Obringer), and watch them raise their children as you’re lying in your bed decrepitude with wrinkles on 99.9% of your body, barely being able to move and holding hands smiling looking at the beautiful creatures your tree helped create play together and enjoy life. Attachment is something most couples longing, but can’t have. Oxytocin is a hormone that is released by women and men doing orgasm. This can profound the feelings between the two. The more sex a couple has, the more propounding their feelings and bonds are drawn towards one another (Lee Ann Obringer. Vasopressin is a hormone that is released after sex. Every time you have sex with someone, you can clamp feelings for them. Don’t be a playboy or a hoe, or you can become a suicidal depressed person.
Love does not just make you happy, it makes you healthier (Rachel Saslow). Love can tremendously and weirdly increase the healing process of an injury. When you love someone, you then have a person to turn to when you’re going through an emotional state. They can help you buffer the negative effects. According to studies, married people live longer, are happier, and have less health issues as opposed to those who aren't married (Rachel Saslow).
People can fall in love over time. They can also fall in love then and there. Falling in love comes unexpectedly. It may be with the right person or the wrong person, but we can’t control our feelings and how our brain operates. We also can’t help the fact that once you plunge into an abyss of love, it may be hard to let go. Falling in love at first sight is very hard to perceive. It’s possible, of course, so let’s use logic here. The eye is very agile. When you see someone at “sight”, it’s in half a second, depending on the person’s eye. For you to plunge into love with someone in half of a second, that’s very outlandish. But we can’t understand nature and...