Is it possible to fall in love at first sight? Yes and no. Love can be confused by a number of things such as lust, infatuation and sometimes even obsession (Hello, You). It is very possible to fall in love with someone as soon as you see them. Maybe it’s how they look at you, how they talk or maybe even just how they smile.
What does love at first sight feel like?
Love at first sight feels a lot like how you would feel for your crush. The feelings are those of a young excited child. We can very often mistake this feeling for forever love, sometimes it is. Here are some feelings of love at first sight:
- Instant butterflies
- Like you’ve always known them
- Like you were meant to meet and be together instantly
- Chills every time you see them
- Goosebumps when you talk and/or touch
These feelings are not always good feelings. Some superstitious people have come forward and said the feeling of butterflies around someone ‘you like’ is an indication of that person being bad for you. They believe that when a person is good for you, your body should not have a nervous reaction to them. A neutral and genuine feeling.
Is Love at first sight real?
A number of people have come forward and said their girlfriend or wife was love at first sight. Although this may be true, the chances of you both feeling the feeling of love at first sight are slim. There are many relationships where the one likes the other more than the other likes them.
Love at first sight is a sign or a strong chemical reaction in the mind and body. It is known to be a huge release of endorphins between two people. Researchers have come forward and said love at first sight is only a sense of a physical attraction.
Can you marry your love at first sight?
People often do marry their first love. Your love at first sight could also potentially be your first love but the chances of love. The chances however of marrying your love at first sight are just as slim as marrying your first love.
There are stages of your relationship which need to be established to know if this person is truly the one or it is a passing relationship. Often with love at first sight it is a need to have sex with a person or a need to find a deep connection that makes you seem as though any but of connection or attention is love at first sight.
This however should not discourage you from being with your love at first sight (future) partner. There are no right or wrong ways to go about relationships and connections. Whatever works for you and/or your potential partner is what you should focus on.