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Peter
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Do you fall in love quickly?

The fastes way to fall in love is with the first sight I had such an experience and it was not so long, so now I notice to love person only after long time communicating.This takes at least a year of spending time together.In the meantime, sometimes I get rushes of infatuation. They are fun and heady and exciting, but they blind you to what's really going on. And by the time the brain adjusts it's chemistry back to normal and the infatuation dies out ... well, far too many people find that they land with a bump and they are married to someone who they suddenly find they don't even like. And what about you? Do you fall in love and marry quickly?

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Peter
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Do you fall in love quickly?

Love is not a decision, but an emotion...and that makes it difficult, beyond human logic and control...so difficult, but fated and magical...so thinking and then loving is absurd. It just doesn't go like that.

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John
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Do you fall in love quickly?

i don't think that you can easily fall in love. i don't believe in the love from the first sight too.
i believe that people can like each other from the first sight. they can like appearance, manners but inner world and beauty are available after closer relationships. so i can't fall in love quickly. think it is impossible.

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Peter
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Do you fall in love quickly?

Love is something much deeper than just an emotion which we feel the first time when we se someone beautiful. Love is discovering the persons's soul, learning him day by day like a new planet. Love is a wisdom to forgive and to be patient., to see not only positive sides of the one you love, but learning to accept his disadvantages without trying to change a person. You love someone when you are not in a perfect mood. You love someone when he is not in a perfect mood. It all does not come for a one day, so I cannot say that I fall in love quickly.

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matthew
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Do you fall in love quickly?

all experts agree that falling for someone straight after a break-up is necessarily a dangerous thing. Counsellor Mo Shapiro says: 'So-called rebound relationships get a lot of bad press but I think the attitude that they're always risky is an insulting one. Sometimes you have to trust your emotions.
'You can meet Mr Right straightaway, it does happen, and actually your subconscious can be very good at learning from the past and helping you go out and find exactly the sort of man you need.'

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LittleLion
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Do you fall in love quickly?

Falling in love too fast can be fatal to a relationship. Such intense feelings early in a relationship can be frightening to your partner, causing him to pull away from you. The feelings are likely based on a fantasy, rather than reality, and when reality sets in, the disappointment can be devastating.

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Peter
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Do you fall in love quickly?

I think that falling in love too quickly can be estimated like an exception, rather than a rule, because by far not everyone is capable of falling in love that quickly. I completely agree with mentioned above post. This can be a fatal mistake as far as relationship is concerned. Because that ecstatic passion is likely to subside sooner or later, and eventually you will split up, no matter how hard you try to return everything back.

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Peter
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Do you fall in love quickly?

When we talk about someone being in love we think about that being because they have met someone – that the love has come from that person and it is only because they have met them that they feel the way they do – if the person were to stop seeing them the love feelings would go too. Being in love has as much to do with what happens inside you as what happens outside – your heart and mind are more open, you are in a heightened state of sensitivity; your imagination is in overdrive; your system is flooded with heady chemicals like dopamine and pleasure-giving endorphins. When a duckling hatches from its shell it will imprint and follow the first thing it sees even if it is not its mother – someone who is in ‘love’ can make a very strong attachment to someone with a minimal amount of encouragement, just a smile or a kind word is often enough to get their affection. They are keen to find someone who feels the same way so the good feelings they have can be shared and prolonged. This isn’t a bad thing, and it doesn’t mean that someone like this is desperate or needy, simply that they are more vulnerable to falling for people who don’t reciprocate their feelings or who are scared off by the strength of their emotions. They may experience the initial rush of falling in love many times but rarely get past the initial phases to develop a strong and lasting relationship. If you give your heart to everyone you meet the chances are that you will get it broken almost as many times as you give it away. This can be particularly painful for someone who is in ‘love’ because they are very open and sensitive to begin with and will experience every rejection at a deep level, even if it is only after a couple of dates. Although you may not have much choice over how many times you feel the feelings of love for someone you do have some choice over how often you express it and who to.

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Peter
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Do you fall in love quickly?

Certainly, as human beings we have the ability to make choices. As people we can acknowledge feeling a certain way without acting upon whatever powerful emotions may be brewing.Don’t get me wrong, it’s not easy. The experience of falling in love with someone is extraordinarily powerful – almost impossible to resist. And we have no ability to just turn that off. If we could do that, there wouldn’t be nearly so many shallow husks of decayed relationships strewn across the ages. But this notion that we can fall in love too quicky – that we somehow will fall in love too soon if we don’t exercise some sort of discretionary power over that emotion, I theorize, is a complete fallacy.I guess my point in all this is that sometimes trying to adhere to conventional wisdom may not be the best route for you to take in a fledgling relationship. You should be cautious, but you can be cautious and still embrace the fact that you’re falling for someone without concern over some artificial timetable. All these rules take the fun out of new love!

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Peter
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Do you fall in love quickly?

In most relationships, the separation between you and the one you love decreases slowly - at least at first. As you lower your guard, you realize the two of you are an "us," rather than a "you and me." It's subtle. You discover each other a bit at a time, and learn to trust one another. That trust evolves into the belief that you belong together, so you stay together. When you fall in love quickly, the walls come down in an instant. Suddenly there is nothing between the two of you, nothing protecting either from "the other." Instead of discovering each other slowly, you have to take it on faith - blind faith - that you belong together. As time passes, that faith matures into the trust necessary for the relationship to survive.

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Nicky
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Do you fall in love quickly?

I can not say that i fall in love quickly. I am that type of people who need some time to start trusting another person and open my heart to this person...That is why i told my boyfriend that i love him only after 1.5 month of dating...It's not so long time, but still enough to know each other better. I think that falling in love from the first sight is not serious, i think it is only sexual attractiveness when person saw another person and started to adore him..It's not for a long time

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