Understanding Why Some People Fall into the Love Category
Love is an idealistic pair of emotions and behaviours characterized by total commitment, intimacy, passion, commitment, care, and emotional connection. It entails intense affection, close bonding, trust, protection, sensitivity, attraction, joy, and happiness, however it can also vary greatly over time. It’s associated with an array of positive emotional states, including happiness, excitement, Life satisfaction, and joy, but it can also be associated with negative states such as sadness, frustration, anger, confusion, jealousy, fear, insecurity, strain, depression, guilt, resentment, anxiety, stress, and boredom.
People experience romantic love in varying degrees depending on their relationship with another person. Some people are intensely passionate about something; for example, if they’re in a romantic relationship they may be deeply in love with one another. This type of passionate love is called infatuation which can quickly fade once the relationship comes to an end.
On the other hand, infatuated romantic love is often experienced by those in long term loving relationships. These people may not be deeply in love with their partners but they do share a deep emotional bond with them. They enjoy sharing their intimate moments with each other, but they don’t have the same type of passionate attachment that they do with one another. This type of erotic love is referred to as being ‘adulterous’ or ‘non-consummatory’. This form of love is most common in relationships that begin as fun and then turn serious, such as friendships and dating relationships. It may not necessarily be negative, although people who are in this form of love may sometimes feel guilty or even afraid of the opposite sex.
One reason why some people experience ‘pleasy’ or ‘adulterous’ love is because they don’t know how to access the neurobiological reasons behind their feelings. For example, some people may feel intensely happy after making love to someone, while others may feel sad or disappointed. The difference between these two emotions is actually due to neurological differences between our brains. Neuroscientists believe that the experience of passion can activate brain pleasure areas which provide us with the chemicals and signals that allow us to experience pleasure or even happiness, making it easier for us to fall into a loving relationship.
Another reason why some people fall into this form love is that they aren’t aware of the differences in their bodies as they engage in this intimate activity. Neuroscientists have found out that the way we view our own bodies can effect how we experience love. People in passionate relationships wear themselves out physically, leading their partners to become bored with their physical intimacy. However, when one person begins wearing themselves out physically as a result of being in a relationship, this can cause the other person to become more emotionally invested in their partner because they are no longer experiencing the physical satisfaction that they once did. However, these lovers may never find this form of love because their bodies are not capable of it.
A final reason why some people fall into this type of emotional bond is because they are too focused on the emotion of love. Although true love may be very powerful, it is far from the only form of emotion that humans experience. We all have experiences of love, such as joy, anger, sadness, desire, worry, intimacy and so much more. If you start to think about how your emotions affect you and another person, you may realize that you too experience love, without even realizing it!