You can not stop thinking of them.

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I start thinking to myself on a daily basis, "No, snap out of it! What are you doing?! Don't do this to yourself, you moron! You want to get hurt again?" Then I know I got it bad...

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You want to put in the work to keep the relationship going- but more so, you just want them to be happy. When they are sad, you are also sad. When they're sick, you want to care for them. <br />
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You think of them often, especially little things like... being out shopping and thinking "Oh, ____ would like that!" (and then, often, getting it for them as a small gift, ha!). <br />
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You can imagine a future with them with you, by your side.<br />
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They are your best friend.<br />
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You can trust them. It's a scary trust, like balancing on top of a Ferris wheel, but it's all worth it.

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You feel twinges in your heart early and often.

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When everything they do makes you want to kill them.

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Well, one of my friends says she knows she's in love when she can't keep her panties on, but I'm not so sure what she has is love!

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That's 27 years ago... but it's unforgettable.<br />
When he's not there, you're remembering how wonderful it was the last time you were together.<br />
You're remembering the things he said he likes, planning to buy or prepare his favourite foods, buying your clothes in his favourite colours.<br />
You pay extra attention to keeping fit and healthy, and to your appearance so you'll look your best for him.<br />
You teach yourself skills he might enjoy, like massage.<br />
When you think of him, your nether regions melt.<br />
You smile and sing a lot. Somehow, so many things are inexplicably funny. Life feels exquisite and wonderful, electric and alive.<br />
You're waiting for the phone to ring, and praying it's him on the other end. You've organised your schedule to match his, so you'll be free for a date when he asks.<br />
You want to know everything about him: he is endlessly fascinating.<br />
If he leaves a sweat soaked T-shirt at your place, you swoon when you smell the armpits. You put it in a plastic bag to retain the scent, and bring it out to sniff when you're missing him.<br />
I married him, so I never miss him now, but i do still love his smell.<br />
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On a more scientific note...<br />
An irresistible cocktail of neurotransmitters in the brain leads us to fall in love. We think we’re choosing a mate, but are really the delirious victims of life's desire to make babies.<br />
Testosterone and oestrogen – in both men and women produces generalised desire, before meeting potential partner. Produces lust when meeting potential or desirable partner.<br />
Adrenalin Excitement and nervousness. Sweating, heart racing and mouth going dry.<br />
Dopamine Stimulates desire and reward by triggering an intense rush of pleasure similar to cocaine, increased energy, less need for sleep or food, focused attention and exquisite delight in smallest details of this novel relationship.<br />
Serotonin Reduces anxiety and critical or negative thought, increases acceptance so the new lover keeps popping into our thoughts with positive interpretations and reactions. Newly smitten lovers often idealise the partner, magnifying virtues and explaining or excusing away flaws. We create a rose-tinted view of the relationship which makes us want to stay together .<br />
Oxytocin is a powerful hormone released by men and women during ******. It deepens the feelings of attachment and makes couples feel much closer to one another after we have had sex. If the sex produces ******* for both, the more sex a couple has, the deeper the bond becomes.<br />
Vasopressin is another important hormone in the long-term commitment stage and is released after sex. It increases devotion and the desire to protect the partner from new suitors.

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I am so sick of this question.<br />
You will just KNOW.

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Don't you remember before it happened, how endless the wait seemed to be?

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That is when you know you have to go and find someone else

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Feeling sick and vulnerable

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