""""LOVE or INFATUATION"""""
15 Apr 07
"Infatuation can even be thought of as love with only 2 dimensions. With love, that third dimension is reality. So, it is actually your ability to tell what is real in a relationship, versus what is imagined. You love being part of a couple, but is this the person you want to be in a couple with? Look at the reality of who this person is, not who she/he wants to be. Do you always interact over dinner and drinks? Meet under different circumstances. Become part of each other's lives. If that is not happening, why not? Are you spending and enjoying time together? What happens when you're apart? Are you sure? Trying to differentiate your love interest from your lust interest is requires a level head and the courage to face the unpleasant. It also requires maturity and the ability to take a step back and survey the big picture. The result is more control and confidence as you stride your way in love's direction." - michelle drew, psychologist Love is mutual giving and receiving. Love gives you strength and grows beyond you. Love means a feeling of commitment to the other. Love is when you are warmed by their presence, even when they are miles away from you. Infatuation lacks confidence about yourself and your partner. Infatuation is marked by a feeling of insecurity with a high level of losing the other. Infatuation is having an idealized image of each other with wonderful pictures replaying in head. Infatuation is an instant desire which fades away with time.