Have you ever been through the stages of falling in love? Ah, falling in love, there really is nothing like it! We will all experience that dizzy sensation of falling head over feels for somebody at some point in our lives. It doesn’t always have to lead to spending the rest of your life with ‘the one’, but it still feels fun to be part of it along the way! It would be fair to say that, although the movies make it seem like one second you are completely fine and the next second you are flying in the air with cupid’s arrow in your back, falling in love in real life tends to take a little longer and require a few more steps than just first sight. Just so you can be prepared for when it happens to you, here are the ten stages of falling in love.
This is, of course, the first thing that you notice, just how attracted you are to the person on a physical level. This might not be the most important factor, but it’s certainly the first one that we all experience and is usually the first in the line of stages of falling in love.
You then start to become friendly with the person on a more platonic level, realising that you have things in common and that your personalities are a great match.
This is the moment when you both start to realise that your new friendship, mixed with your physical attraction, might actually have the potential to turn into something else. It could be a look, or a sentence, or a small action!
Then we move on to the first date, even if you have known the person for a while before this moment, it is still a nervous and anxious experience, but hopefully one filled with excitement too!
You start to spend more and more time with the person, more than perhaps than with some of your best friends. That is when you start to understand that they are becoming a bigger and bigger priority in your life.
Then comes the phase when the two of you are virtually inseparable! Everything that you do, you do it together, whether its attend an event, go out on a shopping trip or just staying at home doing nothing!
You then make the big decision to introduce one another to your families. This is a big moment because it means that your partnership is no longer just between the two of you, other people are now invested!
An important stage in the falling in love process is when you can finally be comfortable enough to be vulnerable in the presence of your partner. True love doesn’t require boundaries and walls, it should be a free-flowing thing where you get to feel both the pros and the cons.
Once you feel the same feelings coming from your partner as you are feeling for them, then you know that you have something that is really real, and something that you should cherish!
Well, there is no better way to seal the deal than to work up the courage and go ahead and tell them what they have been waiting to hear! Saying "I love you" is easy, but saying it when you really mean it for the first time carries an incredible weight. An awesome weight!
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