Rising—not falling—in love

FALLING IN LOVE IS SOMETHING most people experience at one time or another. Often, it is associated with a delight in knowing someone who shares similar views, a compatible outlook, and is mutually attentive and affectionate. For many, falling in love describes rising to an emotional destination that promises happiness forever.

For others, "falling" in love can be fraught with snares, complications, and choppy patches. It can mean navigating uncharted waters, and feeling heartbreak, confusion, remorse, and can even include bouts of hatred. Sometimes compared with fireworks, falling in love can result in excitement beyond imagination, or lead to devastation and disappointment.

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