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Author Topic: How you will know the difference of infatuation and Love?

July 28, 2018, 02:59:39 PM
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huggypillows


We always consider the infatuation is a love. Can you anyone give a answer about this one. Its so confusing.

July 28, 2018, 06:28:47 PM
Reply #1

QueenFarLou


Love is when you see someone's faults and weaknesses and still love the person. Infatuation is more of physical attraction only.

July 31, 2018, 08:35:17 PM
Reply #2

sidica


It's hard to say when it's love or when it's infatuation however from my own experience I have found out that there are some signals that can help you to identify the difference between one and the other.

For me, love is possible between two people who get to know well each other to some point.  If this person is good for your life you can build a real relationship with love, but if this person is toxic for you and for some reason you don't realize it, or you do but you don't care about because you are fascinated with this person, that's infatuation.

When you love someone, and you have been in the relationship for a while you can be objective and see the good and bad things about that person and stay with him/her, but when it's infatuation you choose to ignore the bad things or to justify them because you may think that he/she is awesome and you don't want to lose him/her.

When you love someone you can feel emotionally stable and you feel you can talk directly to this person about many things and you have a great communication channel, when it's infatuation the communication is not necessarily good, and you can feel sometimes either very happy, or  frustrated or depressed but is not that common to feel emotionally stable.

When you agree to make sacrifices like stop seeing your friends, stop doing things that enjoyed and you have to dedicate to that person most of your time, then that must be infatuation cause you wouldn't agree to such sacrifices in a healthy relationship if it weren't totally necessary


August 01, 2018, 09:40:30 AM
Reply #3

Corzhens


Infatuation is connected to age that the young are prone to infatuation. But I know of some people who felt they love someone but in effect it was just infatuation. In some worse cases, the friend would give everything to her lover but after a few months, she would realize that she was not really in love but was just infatuated. That is one mystery of love. You think it is but it is not and you think it's not but it is.

I really don't know how to determine if it is love or infatuation but the suggestion I can give is to look for the negative aspects of your suitor or lover. Remind yourself every day about those negative points and ignore the positive points for the moment. When the feeling persists after a month then it is probably love.

August 04, 2018, 01:03:51 PM
Reply #4

Lissiel


In my point of view, infatuation is just a feeling like--attraction or it could be desire. Love, on the other hand, is not a feeling, it is an act of goodness or kindness. I can say that you are in love with that person when--first, you develop feelings, then you are starting to do things for that person for his happiness and for his sake without thinking of your own sake. Feelings without any acts of kindness is not love but just an infatuation.

August 12, 2018, 11:15:47 AM
Reply #5

anyone01


Love is when you care sincerely and very deeply about other person. When you love someone, you always see her/him beautiful even in their bad day, you’re willing to spend time for her to her bad times and good times, and by just watching her in her eyes you already happy.

Infatuation also known as "lust" has a few good things about for it. Infatuation gives you inspiration. It puts that smile on your face that you can't seem to shake. It fills your mind with wonderful daydreams. And, of course, many love relationships start out as infatuation.

It all sounds so wonderful that we may not see the problem when infatuation is mistaken for love. But it's a big problem, and that's why it’s so important to understand the differences between love and infatuation.

August 20, 2018, 05:30:43 AM
Reply #6

nekonieden


Well I think infatuation is just a short time of feeling or love. It is more on physical attraction or more on you see any good thing about him or her but once you discover the real attitude of that guy or girl, it's already a turn off for you and the result would be the lost of your feelings to him or her. Infatuation is also love but there is a big difference between infatuation and TRUE LOVE. True love is a feeling that wherever your relationship might be, even if the sparks are gone, even if there are times that both of you fight each other, even if there are a lot of struggles happening in your relationship but still you don't have the plan to break each others heart as both of you can't leave each other. Even if there are a lot of problems happening between both of you, still you manage to sacrifice, to stay and solve each others problem. True love is even if he or she see something bad on you still he or she see it as something beautiful about you.
NekoniEden <3

 

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