When we think of love — true love, romantic love, passionate love — we tend to think of two people who mean everything to each other, ultimately blocking out the possibility of anyone else entering into the picture. But is that accurate? Is it possible to be in love with two people at once, to feel intensely, madly, passionately about more than one person? To help get to the bottom of it all, we spoke with a handful of dating and relationship experts to see what they have to say about the possibility of loving two people at the same time.
You go out of your way to find out about their family and friends. It makes your daydreams of what long-term relationship with them might look like all the more vibrant and realistic. Your sense of self is sharpened. You are infatuated with their greatness and it inspires you to be your best self. A smile reserved just for them. A new shape of your face that only they can unlock. That said, you have detailed ideas of what the sex might be like.
Here's how to inoculate ourselves against negative ones. Verified by Psychology Today. Fighting Fear. Let me define falling in love as well as I can, so we know what we are talking about. That strong physical attraction also usually includes sexual feelings.