Falling in love

There is no telling for the laws of romantic love. So while you may have a devoted male or female friend falling head over heals in love with you, you may feel unable to respond to him or her with equal passion. In such a situation, it is difficult to decide the right thing to do. Some things to consider when your friend falls for you but you are not attracted.

Go over your priorities

There is no accounting for the ways of the heart. While you may know better than to fall for someone who is not single, it is not so easy to compel your emotions to see logic or even plain common sense. Unfortunately such tangles often lead to a great deal of heartache all around. So if you find yourself falling in love with someone who is already in a relationship, here are some things you need to consider.

Be honest with yourself

It is human nature to categorize – this innate tendency to sort things and people into separate groups is not only essential to making sense of the world but to arrive at complex decisions. Probably because of this most of us have a certain type when it comes to love and dating. And yet the human heart being what it is can surprise by falling for someone you would have never imagine yourself attracted to.

What is a type

There is so much talk of soul mates and finding that one person who is right for you in every way. Who does not want to love and be loved by that one special person? When most people think of a soul mate, they think of it as a person with whom they are compatible on a spiritual level as well as a sexual level. A soul mate is a person who fits you like a glove. 

After you meet a woman and date her, you get to know her better. You probably start feeling closer to her and may even find yourself falling in love with her. But her feelings may still remain a mystery to you. You’re not even sure whether you’re doing things right. How can you get her to fall in love with you? Here are 10 ways that you can make a woman fall in love with you, and at the end of it, she’s sure to be crazy about you.

1. Display maturity

For many women, having a girl crush on someone forms as much a part of growing up as going crazy about a boy. The object of your crush have been the sophisticated poetry teacher in your high school, your brother’s cool girlfriend, the newest girl band sensation or later, the college senior who was known for her unconventional lifestyle. Sometimes a girl crush can even show up in your adult life for instance as a deep admiration towards a role model or someone in your office whose put-together style you wish you had.

Well, here’s the deal – no two women are alike. For every Veronica, there’s a Betty, and for every Rachael, there’ll always be a Monica (with snatches of the oddball Phoebe thrown in). However, beneath the myriad shades of moods, temperaments, whims and fancies that set them apart, there runs a common strand that joins the whole lot of women. At the end of the day, all women crave more or less the same qualities in men.

One of the biggest puzzles that can ever confront a guy is to fathom what is going on in a woman’s mind. So much has been said about the difference between what a woman says and what she actually feels or whether she means yes when she is actually saying no that it is quite bewildering for a man to understand exactly what his girlfriend is thinking.

Are you having sleepless nights worrying that a guy whom you would like to know better does not feel the same about you? Guys can often seems fickle and flirtatious or silent and disinterested when in fact they like you more than other girls. So if you want to read your man correctly and find out if he really likes you, go through the following points. You will be able to find out what he really thinks of you and if he is interested in getting to know you better.

Love knows no boundaries, love is blind, love rises above every caste or religion. These are the emotionally charged phrases we often get to hear from couples in love. Love definitely is a powerful emotion that triumphs over stiff challenge or opposition posed by a person or a situation in general.