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Lost in You
Have you ever fallen in love with someone?
You see someone from across the room, doesn’t matter where you are. Could be a casino, could be a friend’s backyard.
Your eyes meet across the room and suddenly, you’re locked in. The only people in the room now are you and that person.
Some call it “love at first sight”, while others try to deny it.
When you have a connection with someone, you just know. This doesn’t just apply to romantic partnerships, but also friendships. How many times have you heard about two people just “clicking” with each other?
Often, most great love stories start with a friendship that evolves over time. Nowadays, it is so important to get to know the person you might see yourself dating in the future. This is how you build a foundation, and really get to know the person for who they are.
It might sound sad or hard to hear, but often, people just are not compatible with each other. Often, this is because the relationship was rushed, and one person did not get to know the person for who they really were.
All the time, you hear about people who believe they have found “the one” but then end the relationship afterward. Does this mean love does not exist? Depending on who you ask, you will get a mixed answer.
Love is a different experience for every human being on the planet. When most people hear “lost in you” they picture that fairy tale love, where you are truly and madly deeply in love. But, how do you measure that if it’s a different experience for everyone?
The honest answer is that you can’t. While the world is full of hopeless romantics, it’s also full of people who have never experienced love and therefore, do not really believe in it. But that isn’t to say that someone still can’t experience that “lost in your eyes” feelings.
To have a successful relationship, you will also want to know the difference between love and lust. It is easy to get lost in someone’s eyes if they are extremely attractive, is it not?
But what happens when the night is over?
Is this someone you want to share a conversation with over breakfast? If the answer is no, there is a big chance it was lust.
Bottom line: everyone can have that “lost in you” moment. What it comes down to is how you feel about that person at the end of the day, and how have you really gotten to know them.