Did you know that the brain of a person who is in love looks different than one who is merely experiencing lust. The brain of a person who is in the “honeymoon phase” of being in love is also very different than the brain of someone in a long-term, committed relationship.
Research at Rutgers University, led by Helen Fisher, has been studying the biological basis of love. Their findings reveal that being in love is unique and lasts for a well-defined time period.
Here are 12 ways to tell if it’s love or lust:
1Your Beloved Can Do No Wrong
Someone who is really in love daydreams about trivial events that remind them of their love. They also tend to overlook the negative traits and focus only on positive aspects of their beloved.