You're anxious and happy

Perhaps you're wondering how it's possible to experience both joy and worry at the same time. To be in love, however, is to be open to experiencing a wide range of emotions, sometimes all at once. Anxiety can coexist with happiness when a person is in love. Wow, that's incredible.

You're addicted

if you've ever thought of love as an addiction you can't seem to shake, you might be on to something. Like other addictions, it releases a feel-good chemical and gradually takes over our lives.

You can take more risks now

The "addiction" we experience because of love makes us more motivated to take risks in order to reach the person we love, regardless of whether they are two doors down or across two countries. You now understand what "I would do anything for love" means.

Your level of caution is excessive

Romantic attachment increases the risk of partner overprotection. It makes perfect sense that you would want your partner to be secure at all times.

Your inability to concentrate

Say that love is to blame if your thoughts start going in circles and you find it difficult to concentrate on even the most mundane tasks. According to research out of the University of Maryland, falling in love can make it difficult for the brain to maintain focus.

You have complete faith in yourself

To put it another way, love bolsters our self-assurance, allowing us to face the challenges of life without automatically adopting a pessimistic outlook on the situation.

When neurotic, you stabilise

The lasting effects of romantic love on one's character were the subject of a study published in the Journal of Personality. They found out that negative attitudes can be retaught to oneself. Neurotic, depressed, or anxious people become more stable in a committed relationship, according to studies.

You don't pass judgment

Have you ever wondered why he always supports you, no matter your career or how you handle a friend fight? When a loved one's photo is shown, the frontal cortex, which makes judgments, becomes inactive, and the subject suspends critical or doubtful thinking.


You understand romantic love well. Infatuation activates the brain's dopamine system, improving mental and physical performance. When participants' partners' names appeared on a computer screen, their task performance improved.

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