Falling for Someone else While in a Relationship


"Start Loving or Felling For Someone else while in a relationship with another person."


Hello Guys! we are back to discuss the most common problem of Love. Surprisingly it is true that Falling for someone else while in the relationship is becoming a hot topic for discussion. Don't Believe? Let me show you something.


"Start Loving or Felling Someone else while in a relationship with another person."


According to the Researches, 


  • One person in four people who are in relationship claims that they are unhappy in their current relationship.

  • One person in five people who are in a relationship become infatuated(admiration) with someone else.

  • One in six of those who have fallen for another admit that they would follow it through and become involved in an affair.

  • Feelings for someone else usually last more than three years, with one in 25 people saying they had felt love for another for more than five years and one in 50 people saying they had loved another for as long as they could remember.


Questions Comes in Mind ???


"Start Loving or Felling Someone else while in a relationship with another person."


One question that may arise in your mind that Why does it happen?

Quite often, we start to fall for someone simply because chemicals (i.e. dopamine) run wild in our brains. While you might get along well, the initial crush is caused by superficial (or at least not very romantic) things like your complementary immune systems and physical appearance.



Another question that may arise that why does it happen When already in a relationship?

A crush might be a symptom of a deeper problem in your relationship. For example, when your partner has trouble talking about emotions and this causes a disconnect between you, you might develop a crush on someone very open and honest about emotions. 

However, even if this is the case, there are still chemicals running wild in your brain. A crush has little to do with being in a relationship. Humans are wired to attract other humans, and our wiring isn't in the habit of inquiring into our relationship status before doing its job. When there is something wrong you might develop a crush faster, but most people experience crushes while in a relationship regardless of how 'good' that relationship is. It is more likely to occur after about two to three years have passed, as the initial infatuation with one, partner fades - increasing the likelihood of developing similar feelings for someone else. These years also, mean encountering more people, statistically increasing the chances of developing a crush over time.

Now the Rest Three in Four Who are happy in Relationship think that.

If we're already in a relationship how is it possible for us to have time to get to know someone well enough that we can fall in love with them? That can only happen if you are not entirely devoted to your partner, and still out there scanning around for something better. that may be right or wrong vary from person to person whether they are in search of a better one or not.


Identifying Your Relationship Status


Most of the person still don't know where they are standing in a relationship.

Some of the ways to find out Are you are one of that five-person who feels for someone else in a relationship.


 You think about your desired lover while being intimate with your current partner.



You try to maintain contact with your desired lover.

You don’t want to be seen with your partner in front of said other person.

You daydream about what the other person is doing

When experiencing something exciting, you wish you were with that special someone instead of your “significant” 



If you find yourself in any of the above-mentioned Situation believe me you're falling for that person. Felling for Someone else while in a relationship is not wrong at all. But you have to do the one thing just don't cheat yourself and Stop yourself from falling in two love trap.

How to Deal with this Situations 


As a couple, depends entirely on whether one of you is still in love with another or whether you are over the infatuation. Please don't assume that experience will be short-lived. When someone in a relationship develops feelings for someone else, whether they act on it or not, this feeling can last for long times, which can destroy the main relationship - especially once discovered.

Researches in this area has uncovered that feelings for someone else usually last more than three years, with one in 25 people saying they had felt love for another for more than five years and one in 50 people saying they had loved another for as long as they could remember. The phenomenon of feeling "torn between two loves" is often a long-term one.

As with any infidelity, redeveloping trust, honesty and communication are the keys to surviving as a couple. You both have to recommit to each other and the relationship. And don't underestimate the hurt and damage an emotional betrayal can have, even if there was never anything physical.

To have someone you love tell you they love someone else is deeply painful and takes time to recover from. It can be done, and it's likely to only happen once. If it happens a second time, red flags should be telling you your partner's love isn't strong enough to resist temptations. You deserve better. Everyone does - when you give your heart it should be reciprocated, not shared with another. And certainly not more than once.

Conclusion


Johnny Depp once said, “If you love two people at the same time, choose the second, because if you truly loved the first, you wouldn’t have fallen for the second”.

Think over your current relationship without involving your crush into the equation. If there is something wrong, communicate with your partner, fix it if you can and break up if you can't. If there is nothing wrong and you're monogamous, choose your current partner and get over the crush. Communicating the crush and your decision to your life partner always make this a lot easier. 

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  1. Thanks for sharing awareness on this topic..♥️♥️♥️

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