There are, however, in every relationship, obvious signs that things are moving a little too quickly.
You know the kind of thing: you’re out with friends, if you haven’t yet ditched them, and at some point during your retelling of all the wonderful stories about you and your other half, the eyebrows slowly start to raise. ” comes next, and you suddenly start to wonder if your friends actually fulfill that role at all.
And when one person realizes they're in love with the other person, there's usually an accompanying speech where one person says, "I know I just met you yesterday and I don't know your last name — Beckerman? " put a stop to that, slow down, and let it unfold slowly. A while back I had a several-weeks-long kind-of-relationship.
Wikipedia defines infatuation as: the state of being completely carried away by unreasoning passion or love; addictive love.
Infatuation usually occurs at the beginning of a relationship.
The wisest man in the bible, King Solomon said, Guard your affections, for out of them come the issues of life.
I see far too many people jumping into relationships and not guarding their affections, only to become confused, disillusioned, and devastated.