It doesn’t have to be the end of your long-term relationship
For some people, their partner’s infatuation with someone would automatically mean the end of the relationship for others. They believe that when the person they love develops feelings for another person, it is a red flag. But that doesn’t have to be the case, says a neuropsychologist.
It can be scary when you’re in a committed relationship and you start to develop feelings for someone else. You and your partner may not be as in love as when you first met, and some of the passion may also be gone. And when you meet someone you can laugh and talk to, it can be exciting enough to lead to a small crush. Or a big one.
But that doesn’t mean your relationship is over. Neuropsychologist Nawal Mustafa says it’s perfectly normal to sometimes fall in love with someone who isn’t your partner.
Researchers found that 69.9 percent of women in romantic relationships are committed long-term, they fell in love with people who were not their partners. This means that if you are or have been in love with another person, it is completely normal. And you still don’t have to worry about your current relationship.
Your innocent crush will only become a threat to your relationship if you act on it.
So there’s really nothing to do but wait. If you don’t put the time or energy into this crush, it will disappear as quickly as it appeared. And your relationship will be as strong as it was before it was deterred by a passing desire
“It’s herbal to be drawn to a variety of exceptional people, and it is now no longer going to magically depart simply due to the fact you’ve got fallen in love with someone, “There are a lot of sexy people in the world and it’s nice to think about what it would be like to be around them sometimes.
People expressed their opinions and were quite divided. Others, however, couldn’t imagine that they or their partner would show interest in someone who wasn’t their partner . And apparently a lot of people have fallen on that side of the argument. To clear things up, someone posted another video the next day, explaining his thoughts while responding to someone’s comment.