Relationships are connections or association; the condition of being related; Kinship; being related by blood or marriage; a romantic or sexual involvement; the level or degree of affinity for a person and more connotations for this word “Relationships”.
Most of us have experienced various kinds of relationship since birth. These include relating oneself with their parents, siblings, friends, love, life partners on a personal level to having professional relationships with teachers, mentors, bosses, colleagues, clients, customers, etc.
So, why do we need to have relationships? How do we form relationships? Who should we be in relationship with? And many more of these questions ring in one’s mind with respect to Relationships. Answer is relationships happen on its own for we are human and humane.
As a child, you became mom and dad’s pet. Did you learn how to be a son/daughter? No. You just developed a trust in the elderly figure form as your mom or dad. You accepted them for what they were. As you grew, you were sent to school to educate yourself. You developed friendship with fellow mates of your age. At 5 years, you had the most number of friends because you developed relationships with all of them without thinking. As you grew old, you were an educated being and had developed likes and dislikes of your own.
These likes were important and had priorities; reason being most of you were self-obsessed at your teens. You became selective about the people you chose to hold relationship with.
Be honest here. We all enjoy people around us. But isn’t it a nice feeling when there is someone special in our lives who understands you, pampers you, makes you smile, cares for you with sky as limit, love you truly, accept you for what you are, compliment and encourage your efforts and always think about you. Well, “the love” it’s called which is a strong relationship bond that everyone experiences at some point in his or her life. Love makes one go head over heels.
So, when do you know if you fancy someone? What can love do to your brain chemicals, and is falling in love just nature’s way to keep our species alive? Again, that’s love. It feels like love. But the most exhilarating of all human emotions is probably nature’s beautiful way of keeping the human species alive and reproducing. With an irresistible cocktail of chemicals, our brain entices us to fall in love. We believe we’re choosing a partner. But we may merely be the happy victims of nature’s lovely plan. Researchers say that falling in love can elicit not only the same euphoric feeling as using cocaine, but also influence the intellectual areas of the brain – what’s more – it only takes about a fifth of a second to fall in love.
It’s not what you say…
Psychologists have shown it takes between 90 seconds and 4 minutes to decide if you fancy someone. Research has shown this has little to do with what is said, rather;
· 55% is through body language
· 38% is the tone and speed of their voice
· Only 7% is through what they say
Its worth the wait for your love of life, fall for them, love them with all you have and trust me; it’s a celebration on it own.