5 Not-So-Obvious Signs You're Falling in Love

{VIDEO} 5 Not-So-Obvious Signs You’re Falling in Love

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Love makes the world go round

They say love is blind but it’s also not that hard to notice when someone is head over heels in love.

They start changing how they walk, talk and even their view of life.

Love changes people and here are 5 Not-So-Obvious Signs You’re Falling in Love.

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You love how they smell

If you know their scents whether it’s good or bad then you might just be in love and you don’t know. 

If you find yourself sniffing that shirt they left at your house or nuzzling into their neck (even if they haven’t showered or just went to the gym), chances are, your body is literally drawn to theirs.

Pheromones play a huge role in attraction and relationships.

You wanna know their love language

We can’t all be fabulous gift-givers and that is where love language comes in.

Love languages are so important when it comes to love because it helps you understand how your partner best gives and receives love. If you find yourself eager to learn their love language, you might just be feeling more than a simple crush because “even though you find joy in doing things for them, you want to do the things that they absolutely love.”

You look at them when they sleep

Have you ever woken in the middle of the night and just looked at them and wondered just how cozy and cuddly and happy they look? oh my God, you really might be in love.

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Relationship experts world over believe that this is one of the biggest signs you care about them more than the average crush. 

You’re intensely curious about them

Curiosity might be what killed the cat but fuck it you just can’t help being insanely curious about them.

According to Maci Daye, a certified sex therapist and author of Passion and Presence: A Couple’s Guide to Awakened Intimacy and Mindful Sex, when we’re falling in love, we tend to “study our beloved’s every move, gesture, and word with steadfast interest, keen to know everything about this fascinating, one-of-a-kind creature.

You feel their pain

The reason why its called love is because two people become one at the end of the day and like they say live happily there after.

Love can make you feel attuned to your partner’s needs.

“When they feel sad, you feel sad. When they feel happy, you feel happy. This might mean going out of the way to give them love in the way that they want to receive it, even if it is not the way you would want to receive love.”  says Madaine Cooper, a psychotherapist and certified sex therapist in New York and New Jersey.

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