Is love a naturally beautiful sense , or a reflection of our obsessions ?

I guess we are deciding that according to where it fits. If our boyfriend-girlfriend has broke up with us , ta-daa love becomes just an obsession to a man/woman . But if we are fallen in love with s.body or s.thing love becomes the most great thing of life. 

Why we are acting like that ? And what we are really thinking while deciding about ?

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Comment by Frankie Dapper on October 18, 2014 at 11:56pm

Love is a many splendid thing. An eternal song audible to the person affected and unknown to others not in its embrace...it is a consequence of evolution of course and those overpowering feelings insure the survival oh the species

Comment by Michael Penn on October 14, 2014 at 12:42am

Thanks, Kiddo.   ;)

Comment by Major G on October 13, 2014 at 11:12pm

Look, it is all within our mind. Love is about emotion and it links up with oxytocin mainly the Nerve Growth Factor. A report says, when people first fall in love they had it as high levels but as time passes NGF come back to its prior stages. Though it can be described as two parts as they are Passionate andCompanionate love. Passionate go along with  physiological arousal and Companionate is not included intimacy.

Comment by Michael Penn on October 13, 2014 at 10:02pm

When you fall in love everything is wonderful. Don't expect that feeling to last, however. The new wears off and you have to be content having your partner around and dealing with them daily out of respect and kindness. Just sharing with them, etc. Sex even changes. If you think otherwise then you are running a daily circus act expecting bells and whistles or skyrockets. You will be disappointed .

What is love? It is a decision.

Comment by jay H on October 13, 2014 at 7:21pm

Emotions are the interaction between our instinctive brain and our conscious logical brain. The instincts we have as animals need to interact with out 'thinking' half, and we perceive those interactions as emotions.

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