Romantic comedies have characters that are portrayed as relationship experts especially for us who are willing to take up advice as if they are ours relationship mentors. By the end of a two or three- hour tear jerker, the main character manages to go through a series or a turmoil of emotions to determine whether or not they are relationship ready.
In our relationships, it's hard to determine what our true feelings are- mainly because falling in love means being vulnerable. And a lot of times our relationships fail.
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Ask yourself this question: Do you love that person or are you just in love with the idea of him/ her being around?
There is absolutely no problem in thinking that the person you are dating is the most attractive out of all beings but then keep things clear because if it is true love, looks don't matter.
In various ways; love is selfless. You might have seen your parents put your priorities higher to theirs? That is love.
When I was younger, people used to tell me that the one who cares about you surely loves you or even the one who grows little jealous love you a little more. But that is not true. Someone who loves you does not treat you like a possession. He/ she gives you freedom.
Love has no expiration date. So, you need not rush anything. I know a lot of couples who want to rush into serious commitments but that is not right. You should first analyse if it's the right time and the right person.
Conversations take a lead naturally.