No butterflies when dating
I don’t think anything could be further from the truth -- at least not the second time around and every time after that.Once you get your heart broken for the first time, you learn not to give your whole heart away, but instead ease into handing it over a little at a time, as your lover proves he or she deserves to hold on to it.
Love is an incredibly complicated emotion/experience/thing. Loving someone always means, to one extent or another, being dependent on that person.You can’t allow your relationship to go on autopilot.All those things that were once novel won’t seem quite as exciting as before, but you’re living in a world where possibilities and experiences are endless.When we find someone who always manages to make us nervous, it’s a clear sign we find keeping him or her around extremely important.Human beings are usually entirely egocentric creatures -- until we fall in love.Feeling a little bit nervous is what reminds us how much we love the person we’re with.
the problem is that as time goes on, we stop paying enough attention to our partners to give ourselves a chance to be nervous.
If you never feel nervous about slipping up, then you’re likely already slipping up.
You love your partner so much that just the thought of the two of you not being together for the rest of your life scares you a little.
You may think you want to know the person you love inside and out, but there are some things that you’ll later wish you didn’t know.
Sometimes we need to keep the most personal and private moments to ourselves -- for the better of the relationship.
Even when the two of you are apart, you aren’t really apart -- messaging each other throughout the day -- yet, when you know you’re going to physically be in his or her presence, you get butterflies.