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Everyone does: Everyone feels low at times. Our emotions are guides and we need to listen to them. Feeling low could be telling us that we need more rest, or need to pay more attention to a significant relationship. It could also be a reflection of a recent event that disappointed us or a sad memory. Continue to be a positive thinker and also accept low feelings and when they come to you listen to them! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Falling in love: I agree with dr. Ali about the complex neurophysiologic process. Other parts of this are psychological, where one projects admired attributes onto the other that may or may not truly be part of that invdividual's nature. With time, the initial attraction shifts to more realistic appraisal -- opportunity for authentic love (or not, depending on how much we need to idealize rather than relate.). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it unfair that my fiance only saying "i love u" in texts instead of "i love you" really upsets me?
Maybe: Maybe it's "unfair" in your view that your fiance texts in abbreviations rather than spelling out the word "you". Unfortunately, this may be where your fiance is, in ability to communicate. Might it be helpful for you to look at why this upsets you so, and what you want instead? Did you tell your fiance how you feel? Were you heard & responded to caringly? All are important questions. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sometimes: Many marry the first love in their life (after of course Mom which is the true first love). These can sometimes work out well and their are many instances of this. I do not believe there has been a study of whether marriages of the first love are more likely to last than marriages of a later love. This would be a good project for a graduate student in sociology. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
We choose to love or: Not to love. The question seems to imply love is something that just happens but that's not the case. A great deal of information, experiences and emotional ups and downs go into "being in love". Loving is a commitment, a choice. When there is that much invested that commitment does not break easily. "falling out" of love is losing that commitment (choice) which breaks that bond. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Med/Psych. Eval: What is crisis? If these behaviors are new, please go to your primary care doctor to rule out anything physical going on. If a person has thoughts of self-harm or other harm, please take them to the nearest emergency room or dial 911. If the person is depressed and stopped eating, doesn't get out of bad, you can also bring him/her to the nearest emergency room for psych. Eval. ...Read more
I have known some : Individuals who had very poor interpersonal skills with people but whom got along with great w animals. They frankly had little use for most people but had a passion for pets. I believe that they perceived the relationships with animals were safer. They may have in part been more comfortable with animals because of their own difficulty relating to other people. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Put yourself in: Situations where you can meet others. Be active in life. Let your personality shine through. Would encourage you to resist the romantic notion that there is only one perfect mate in the world for you. There are many wonderful women out there. I tend to put emphasis on compatibility vice just getting hormones stirred up. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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