Everything has become more interesting. You begin to like the things they enjoy (even if you used to hate them). Your attention is drawn to every detail about them, from the way they handle their phone to the way they smell. You are easily envious because you are frightened that someone else may take them away from you.
The idea of losing someone you love hurts so much that you might want to stop loving them. But the more you think about it, the more you realize that you can't do that. Because if you stopped loving them, then you wouldn't want them in your life anymore. And that would be worse than having them close but missing.
The truth is that you can never get rid of love. It's a feeling that cannot be extinguished. Even if someone tries to break up with you, or refuses to talk to you, or even kills yourself, you will still feel sad when you think about them. Because there's no way to forget someone you love this much.
Even if you think you don't like them any more, even if they don't like you, even if they go out with others who are more attractive or have better jobs, you will still feel the pain of their loss. Because nothing can diminish the strength of love. Not even death.
Obsessively discussing their favorite stuff Making several phone calls, messages, and/or faxes to the love object. Unwelcome intense focus on the love object A propensity to develop strong positive or negative (unbalanced) thoughts about someone. Thinking about one thing and then another while trying to avoid thinking about the original subject.
The list of characteristics associated with obsession is long. It's likely that you're obsessed with at least one person in your life. In fact, it's very common for people to be obsessed with more than one person at a time. This is known as "compartmentalization" and it's a vital tool for coping with multiple relationships simultaneously. Compartmentalization allows us to devote our entire attention to each relationship; we don't have to worry about other things happening at the same time.
If you're feeling obsessive feelings toward someone, take some time to think about why this person means so much to you. Obsession can be a good sign - it means you two people have something special going on here. But if these feelings are making your daily life difficult or causing you harm, you need to do something about them.
When you're with them, you sense a pleasant vibe, a higher vibration. In a relationship, the energy, or "vibe," you feel around someone is significant. In their company, you let go of your ego. You don't feel the need to prove yourself, to exhibit just your best side, to dazzle or control. There's trust and acceptance. Your heart opens up.
If this feeling is strong, you may be meant to be together. But it can also be difficult to know for sure if you're supposed to be with someone. Just remember that your soulmate is there for a reason, and they will always show up when you need them most.
5 Signs of Infatuation
1. Even on your darkest days, his texts make you smile, and you always look forward to your discussions with him. 2. You feel slightly envious when you see him with other females, but you know you're special to him. 3. He makes you laugh; sometimes out of context, but still laughs. 4. He's there for you when you need him the most.
5. If he knew how you felt about him, he'd probably deny it but he'd also want to keep seeing you anyway. 6. He's always up for a joke and loves when you tease him. 7. He's honest with you even if it hurts, and will never lie to your face. 8. He'll tell you exactly what he thinks even if it isn't pretty, and that's one of the reasons why you love him so much.
9. No matter how many girls try to take his place, he'll always be there for you until death does them part.
10. If he could travel in time, would you go with him? 11. He makes an effort to learn new things and has no problem trying something new himself. 12. He's not afraid to show affection, and gets excited if you get nervous when you talk about your future together.