Falling in love can be such a magical experience. There is nothing quite like tumbling head over heels and finding your special someone with whom you can share your adorations with. There are incredible things that happen to you when you find the one. There are plenty of changes that occur, and you’ll notice them right away if you know what you’re looking for. Here are the 16 things that happen when you find the one.
1. Conversations With Each Other Come So Easily
Usually, it’s particularly hard to keep up a conversation with people you have no chemistry with. You constantly find yourself racking your brain trying to come up with a conversation topic. That’s not an issue when you’re with the one you love. Conversations come easy. You click. You understand each other and the best ones even finish each other’s sentences.
2. You Don’t Feel Uncomfortable When You’re Alone With Each Other
It can be very awkward for two random people to be alone in any particular setting. Whether you’re stuck with a stranger in the waiting room of the doctor’s clinic, or you happen to share a seat with someone on the bus. The awkwardness just doesn’t exist with real couples though. The best couples always relish quality alone time together.
3. It’s Always a Fun Time for You When You’re Together
It doesn’t even matter what you’re doing. You could be watching the most boring movie in the world or you could be holding hands together on a super-fast roller coaster. Whenever you’re with each other, it’s always a fun time.
4. Physical Contact Feels Comfortable and Natural
Physical contact can get very awkward and uncomfortable. Just imagine rubbing elbows with a stranger in a cramped subway. Not a good feeling, right? Couples in love don’t have that awkwardness though. Physical contact is as natural as the sky is blue.
5. You Like to Tease Each Other Without Worrying About Getting Hurt
It’s all in good fun. He could be making fun of her birthmark on her shoulder blade. She could be making fun of his terrible morning breath. It wouldn’t matter. When you’re with your significant other, you know that you’re a flawed person and they accept your flaws regardless. - Continue reading on the next page