I believe it's kinda true. I mean a guy falls in love in presence of a woman but only realises it after that woman goes away for a while. At least that happened with me. It was obvious to everyone except me. Once she went away I realised what I was feeling the whole time.
Maybe for a while at least. I have spent over a year away from my girlfriend in the States and it was hard. At first I spent a lot of time looking at her pictures and really feeling awful but after almost a year away and still a few months to go I have learned to cope with it better. But I really have increased in y love towards her since I have been gone, I guess you learn really how much she means to you when you leave and if it is worth waiting for it to last or if its better to let go. Time makes you decide what to do.
Of course same goes for women once me and some women would always stare and then I disappeared she started trying to approach me but failed and blushes. As I kept disappearing it started to show a lot more then I disappeared again and although I didn't see her I wanted to approach her but to late so I let her know by commenting on her facebook picture n her be found out , when she seen me the following day her be was mopey. And she turned to me when he wasn't looking with a big smile and stared right at me. Which to this day I still question what she ment by the long smile
I believe so. My boyfriend didn't tell me he loved me until we were separated for two weeks and could see each other. Absence makes the heart grow fonder, it lets you see how life it without that person. You also start to miss them... if you miss them you think about them, if you think about them and all their good qualities you start to develop feelings.
My ex always told me he needed me next to him or he wouldn't be able to love me: "if I'm alone, I may like it and prefer to be that way". We had a long distance relationship... He cheated and now is in another long distance relationship :P I believe he had a LDR with his previous girlfriend too... :/
I don't think so. It's only true if the love is already there
I'm not a dude, but I think this could be true in the sense that we don't really know what we got til it's gone sorta thing. We all seem to take others for granted sometimes, so I can see this being true in that aspect. On the other hand tho, men need an emotional attachment to a woman to fall in love. So seeing her and spending time with her to gain that attachment is helpful.
This explains a lot.
yeah I think it could be. I think it's more about not taking the other person for granted.
Sometimes we see someone all the time and get bored or annoyed of them pretty easily. But when we stop seeing that person we think... I miss them.