When I was in high school, I fell in love for the first time with a dedicated man. I had a terrific guy buddy who was incredibly lovely and charming, not to mention attractive and funny. I never saw him as anything more than a "nice buddy," and things between us were pleasant. However, I knew from the beginning that he was "into" me, and we ended up dating for three years. During that time, we grew closer together and began to think about marriage and children. He came from a good family but didn't feel like he deserved better, so he didn't go after what he wanted.
After graduating from high school, we went our separate ways but stayed in touch through phone calls and letters. A few years later, he told me that he was getting married. I wasn't surprised because I assumed he'd met someone else while he was away at college. We talked for a little while, said goodbye, and that was it. I didn't hear from him again until several months later when he called to ask if I would be his maid of honor. I agreed, and a year later, he got divorced. Since then, we've kept in touch mostly by phone or email.
About two years ago, he asked me if I thought it was time to move forward with marriage counseling. At first, I refused because I felt like we weren't even close to being ready.
I fell madly in love with my high school lover when I was 14 years old. We went to college together after graduating from high school. He got a solid, high-paying job after graduation. We married two months after I turned 21 and began our family right away. I had three children within five years of getting married.
Even though he was 40 years old and in the middle of a financial crisis, my husband still thinks of me as his little girl who needs taking care of. Whenever we're upset with each other, he says he loves me and then quickly follows it up with, "Like a daughter."
I think of myself as his little girl too. When I was younger, I used to worry about what my father would do if my husband died. But over time, I have gotten used to this new life style and I am happy that my husband cares enough to say he loves me at the end of every day.
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It was also observed that males are more likely than women to fall in love at first sight. This is because of physical appeal. A guy might fall in love at first sight because the more he stares at a lady for the first time, the more he is drawn to her. Love is a wonderful sensation. It can make any guy forget his problems even if they are right in front of him.
If you are a female and someone is falling in love with you, it means that you are very attractive. Your body language, the way you talk, the smile on your face, everything about you is telling him "I'm safe, don't worry." This is what attracts males. They want to protect females. Also, females are drawn to males who give off protective feelings. So if a guy is showing affection toward you then you can be sure that you have found a good male to protect you.
Love at first sight usually happens when two people meet each other for the first time and both of them are extremely attracted to one another. From that moment on, the feeling grows stronger every day until at some point they decide to get married. This kind of love is very rare but it does happen sometimes. Most of the time, guys feel this way about many girls at once while females only feel this way about one male at a time.