In actuality, a normal crush lasts four months, according to experts. If the sensation remains, it is referred described as "being in love." It doesn't matter if you've had a crush for four months or three years. Here's what you need to do if you want to get over your infatuation.
The first thing you need to understand is that a crush isn't evil. It's just a natural reaction when someone catches your eye. Some people call this feeling "in love," but it's not. The word "crush" has been used to describe how you feel about something or someone for so long that you cannot think or talk about anything else. When you have a crush, you want to act on it, but you also want to hide it because you don't want to upset the person you're looking at.
Over time, though, your brain learns what the other person likes and doesn't like, and then uses this information to create the illusion of love. So even though you haven't heard from your crush in four months, it's very possible that they've moved on. Remember: crushes don't last forever.
If you still miss your crush after four months have passed, then maybe you should consider changing your situation instead of trying to force the issue by contacting them? Otherwise, you might end up hurting yourself more than helping yourself.
Finally, remember that people change their minds all the time.
Even while it may end in heartbreak, the drama that builds up to it is exhilarating and fascinating. But how long is too long to develop a crush on someone?
The intensity of your feelings toward someone is referred to as being "in love with" them. It's normal for this feeling to change over time as you learn more about someone (or not). However, if you've been obsessed with someone for more than four months, they are likely a significant part of your life, and you should consider whether or not you are in love with them.
Being in love gives you butterflies in your stomach and makes you feel happy all the time. It can be hard work maintaining relationships when you're in love, so don't overextend yourself if you aren't already committed to someone else.
If you're still unsure about being in love with your crush, here are some signs that you are:
- You think about him/her constantly. Even when you don't have time to think, you find yourself distracted by thoughts of your crush.
- You feel like there's nothing you can do wrong when around him/her. You start believing that you're perfect for each other.
If you're obsessed with your crush for more than that, then you have a problem called "crushism." The only cure for crushism is time!
However, if your crush starts ignoring you or stops returning your calls, then it's time to move on.
There are actually websites and apps that will tell you when a crush has gotten over itself. Google "known crushes" and you'll come up with plenty of results. Also, remember that a crush isn't real love, so don't get too attached to someone who doesn't return the feeling.
In conclusion, the length that a normal crush lasts depends on you. If you take the time to think about and talk about your crush, then it will definitely last longer. Good luck in future relationships!