What is Love?


Love is an intense feeling of affection for another person. This emotion can occur in many different forms and is a very important part of human life.

The word love is usually associated with romantic relationships, but it can also be felt between friends and family members. Think about the love you have for your parents or a close friend, or even your pet.

It may seem like there are many ways to describe love, but it all boils down to a strong emotional bond with the person you are loving.

“Loving someone is about letting them into your heart and your life,” explains psychosexual & relationship therapist Sarah Calvert. It means being open and honest about your feelings, and building a real commitment to the other person.

When you’re in love, you have an intense passion for the person you’re with, and you’re likely to feel a desperate desire to spend time with them, says Sarah. It also takes up a lot of your energy and can feel consuming, she explains.

In addition, it can lead to a number of physical changes in the body. For instance, people who are in love often experience extra sweating and flushed faces.

This is why it is so important to be able to talk about your feelings when they are getting too much for you or when they start to cause you problems. A therapist can help you to explore your emotions and find the best way to express them.