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List of Partners vendors. They instantly knew they found the person they were going to marry. But is this all part of a fairytale that will eventually implode?
Curious to learn more about the love at first sight phenomenon and what it means for a lasting marriage? O'Neill and fellow d therapists Rachel DubrowDr. Tania Paredesand Sofia Robirosa explain. Love at first sight means that you feel an instant connection to another person, according to Dubrow. It's the feeling you get when you don't want a moment to end because you feel a connection with another person that you haven't felt before. You need to be able to take the time after that first meeting to really get to know each other, explains Dubrow. It is an exquisite feeling.
But it isn't love— not the kind of love that marriage requires over the long haul. O'Neill has found from her time with clients that the concept of love at first sight is much more about an immediate physical attraction, which often plays out. It certainly can lead to marriage, but the better question is can it sustain it? It is possible that love at first sight could lead to a lasting marriage but the odds are, unfortunately, against it, according to O'Neill. This is due to a myriad of reasons, including having children, health issues, and careers that cause ups and downs, stretches of little or no sex, and periods when partners are just not on the same.
However, if couples take time to get to know each other after that initial spark before getting married, that flame can develop into a long-lasting marriage. What this looks like, according to Dubrow, is spending time going on dates virtually or in-person!
So, as long as you are able to work through that and keep a level head, Dubrow says you certainly have the ability to have a lasting marriage. So what else do people tend to get wrong about love at first sight? Your Privacy Rights. To change or withdraw your consent choices for Brides. At any time, you can update your settings through the "EU Privacy" link at the bottom of any. These choices will be aled globally to our partners and will not affect browsing data.
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