The Real Difference Between Infatuation and True Love

The Real Difference Between Infatuation and True Love

I don’t know about you but I have always had a thought about this topic. Is love part of infatuation? Do they seem to complement each other? I thought so too. But the reality is that not unless you experience both sides, you won’t be able to define either of them. And no, they can’t exist at the same time. Tons of people, both adults, and young generation are convinced they love each other to the brim. The reason behind this is that they can’t just stop thinking about one another. Don’t even remind me how they feel attracted to one another.



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Whether in a positive or negative way, the end point is that there is really like real love and infatuation. In other words, there is an intense admiration for someone but you only feel it in a short time. So, this isn’t true love? I don’t know yet, scroll further to understand more. If it’s true love, it will come to you quietly without a sign. But if it comes with flashlight or banner, it’s not true love

It’s quite easy to differentiate between infatuation and true love. It doesn’t matter if you are already in a relationship or you are admiring someone without their consent. The most daunting task comes when you want to sort out your feelings. Aside from your partner, it is vital to at least be honest with yourself first.

I know, we all want to be loved and cared for, but we at times confuse our love with infatuations and subdues. In addition to the basics, love isn’t cruel but a warm attachment that you reciprocate to the one that love you. I guess, the love and deep affection that parents have for their little says it all. But if your other partner seems to be swept away with wild feelings, he or she is infatuated.

True Love

When you truly love someone, you treasure and value him or her to the core. It’s an indefinable thing that when you feel it, you genuinely feel it. You want nothing else than to make the whole world know that you love each other. Love is destined to feed you with nourished and fulfilled thoughts. You are highly filled with the utmost presence of your partner to the later. True love gives you a chance to scrutinize your partner’s true intentions. Oh, I almost got carried away! That’s the sincere definition of true love.

1. He Accepts Me Just As I Am

To examine if it’s a love from the heart, you have to identify whether you treat him as a thing or person. Even when you know about his ups and falls, you want to stick by him through thick and thin. Even during trying times you want to stick together no matter the current state. At a glance, you can vividly tell that this by knowing all about yourself. In addition, you can’t force a person to love but his or her actions speak louder than words.

2. You Are Both Committed

It doesn’t matter whether you live different worlds. No matter the distance you will feel an undefined attachment. In that note, you will both feel secure to share an eternal life together.

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3. I Want To Know You Better

Of course, if a person loves you, he won’t mind knowing your ins and outs. This gives you a chance to know more about him as well as spending time together.

4. How You Handle Each Other Matters Too

First, analyze how you handle each other when in conflict. What do you do? If both of you try to find common ground, you are in love. It simply means that nothing is meant to break you apart, not even your arguments. Above anything else, both of you learn to speak the truth even though it hurts.

Infatuation

I guess soap operas have already defined what infatuations, don’t get me wrong but infatuation seems to rule the world. There are tons of handsome men and beautiful girls around the globe. In that case, lust seems to be the order of the day. You tend to feel like you are attracted to each and every person you come across.

I know that feeling. At the end of it all, you don’t know whom to love and how you’ll figure it out if he or she loves you. Before you love someone, you’ll first have a crush on that person. Just like the world revolves in 360 degrees, so does love. It isn’t a mistake to have a crush on someone, but the worst thing to do is to stay with someone that you don’t love. At some point, infatuation might lead to love. Hope you got that right?

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1. Is It a Sexual Desire?

I can’t agree more, if you are incapable of controlling your sexual desires towards your partner, that’s infatuation. You can’t imagine if someone has made love to him or her because you want to hold that person to your satisfaction. In other words, your sexual pleasures can only calm down when you have met this person. Not only that but when you have thoroughly and passionately made love to him or her.

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2. Your Mind Controls Your Behavior

When lust surrounds you, your mind controls all of you. I merely mean that you will always be controlled by brain chemistry rather than your heart. As a result, you won’t be able to make a rational decision. Your heart will be out of balance, and your mind will appear to take all of your energy.

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3. You Feel like You Are On top of the World

I bet you know how it feels when a person wins a lottery. Yes, that’s how an infatuated person looks like. All of your feelings and thoughts are directed to one goal and nothing else. It doesn’t seem to be true that you have actually aimed at that person for so long and now you can relax. At this point, you won’t even care about the outside world. Your job and friends won’t matter to you. Shake up and wake up to the real world and accept that, that’s not real love but infatuation.

Warning! If you think you love your partner to the moon and back, but the person doesn’t reciprocate, learn to call it quits. Hope and time aren’t the way forward. In fact, the moment you opt to move on you’ll be lucky to have that one person that treasures and appreciate the real you.

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