What would you like to do?
Answer . It's sounds more like physical attraction. Love is earned. Physical attraction comes first, you date, then you get to know each other and that's when you usually… fall in love. If you are truly interested in this person ask them out. Nothing terrible is going to happen and it won't be the first or last time you will hear the word "no" in your lifetime. If you don't ask this person out you will never really know if you missed out on something worthwhile..
If a guy likes you and you like him too but he knows you're in love with someone else how do you deal with him when you told him on many occasions how you feel about this other person?
It appears you are giving him false hope. As long as you continue to see this guy, then he thinks there always will be hope. You may think you two just have a friendship, but …by now it should be obvious he has deeper feelings for you. You are continuing this relationship and it's up to you to stop seeing this so-called friend of yours. In fact, you didn't say he was a male friend, but simply someone that didn't understand your feelings for another guy. Make up your mind!
There are different terms used to describe a person who falls inlove with the person that saves them. Florence Nightingale Syndromeor Knight in Shining Armor Syndrome is used …to describe thisphenomenon.
i did i fell in love with someone!!!<3 Why do you want to know......? >:( PERVERT ALERT!
They probley had their heart broken onece. they try not to love so it doesn't happen again. trust me They probley had there heart broken as someone had already said. They may… not feel the same way as you do towards them.
I believe you can love what you see in a person. If you do not know them you only see them in parts rather than a whole. You can love the parts you see, but the reality of the… whole person can sometimes be very disappointing. Then again, maybe not. You will never know unless you get to know the whole person over a period of time.
absolutly. though it might not always work out
I think we do this for multiple reasons. The heart will always want what the heart wants whether the person is attainable or not. You can't control who you love or why..…... You just do. If this person is commited to someone else, you need to move on. Don't hold onto that last ounce of hope that they will be with you in the end. You will end up destroying the person you are and putting your life on hold for something that may never be. In the end, you will be hurt, just like you are hurting now. Sooner is better than later.
Yes you can. It is possible. I just wouldn't recommend doing it. I learned that the hard way.
Yes, it is quite possible. If you are younger, say a teenager, then developing crushes is natural. When you're a teen, you're not in "love;" it's just a crush. After a while…, you'll start to perhaps notice differences between you and the person who you like. These differences may be the thing that sets you apart. Or you might just lose interest in the person. But, yes, it is actually likely for a teenager to quickly fall in and out of love. I have found that once you find a love interest in another person, even if the relationship breaks up there is always a place in your heart for them.
What to do if your friends boyfriend falls in love with you and you love him too but your best friend still love him even if he is the person you've been waiting for all the while?
Just tell your best friend the truth and tell her that if she doesnt want you to then its fine because nothing is worth ruining a friendship. Remember the number 1 friendship …rule- friendship comes before boys. If you both cant stand it then you both should forget about him. Its the only fair way unless you want to lose your best friend.
I have seen your situation played out many many times. Eminem's hit single "Love the Way You Lie" featuring Rihanna. This song explains that you must tie your loved ones to a …bed and set the house on fire. This qualifies as "hurting". However, since she obliges, it means she loves you.
does the person try to visit if so yes just the way he acts towards u makes all the difference
tell your current love how you feel and be as honest as u can be
This is a tough question, but it's important that you remember your commitment to your spouse already. There is no "falling in love with someone else". I realize this isn't th…e popular opinion anymore, but it's true. And how do you know that you've actually fallen in love with this person? Unless you're already having an affair, and have it substantially longer than you've loved the person you're already married to, you should be skeptical of the fact you've fallen in love with someone else. Marriage isn't something you just do, and then change your mind later. And as if your own commitment isn't enough, definitely don't pursue someone who's already married. A littler scenario: if they're in a legitimately commited relationship and still fell that they can step out of that boundary and "love" you, and you decide that they're worth leaving your spouse for. So you and this new person hit it off and get married, who's to say that they won't leave you and "love" someone else just as easily? This situation has so many issues on so many levels. I would advise you to try even more adamently to love the person you've already pledged to love. If there is an issue in the marriage, resolve it. If you're bored, revive it. I know it's hard, and probably not the answer you're looking for, but your spouse is worth more than this. So seek to love him/her even more. And find someway to forget about this other person.
Mate, move on and find another or you can just wait... for him /her to be available c: GOOD LUCK! <3
Is it possible? Sure. It's possible you'll win the lottery, too. It is, however, not the way the smart money bets, unless you're factoring in the fact that if you're cheat…ing on someone, you must not love them all that much in the first place, so "more" than "not enough to avoid cheating on them" isn't really all that high a bar.