Researchers have demonstrated that that heart-pounding feeling of being in love is driven by norepinephrine, which is chemically related to adrenaline. Researchers have pinned down the chemicals that flow in our brains and bodies when we have that rush of romantic excitement. A psychologist in York, England, had subjects who were complete strangers follow this protocol: They told each other intimate details of their lives for half an hour and then were directed to stare into each other’s eyes for another four minutes without speaking.
The ones you can tell anything to and the ones you would do anything for. Remembering times your friend was there for you brings tears to your eyes. A key here is the word “mutual.” Friendship has to be a two-way street.You are generous to each other with your time, your ideas, your feelings.You value what’s in the other person’s head and who that person is.Basically love can sweep you off your feet and carry you along in a way you've never known before. If you don't find your one step forward is matched by one taken toward you, then you should drop the idea and look elsewhere.But the ride always ends, and you end up feeling lonely and bitter. It used to be considered the height of Romance that a man should pursue a woman gallantly even if she repeatedly rebuffed him.