When people go out on dates, most people believe if you have sex on the first date the relationship isn't going to workout yet some believe the exact opposite. They believe it represents great chemistry.
Also, if you're in a relationship and you and your lover is spending a lot of time in the bedroom almost every day, Does the line between love and lust start to blur away to the point you can't tell the difference?
Explain your personal way from separating these desires.
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Infatuation and lust will always cut to the front of line. Love waits patiently. This isn't just a way to test someone's character. It's also a way for you to measure your own actual level of value for another.
When I first meet a potential romantic prospect, the initial time is going to be hard to measure in terms of real love. She's new. She's hot. What she offers is hot. Your desires and hormones will go insane. But don't give them everything they want. They (and you) have not yet earned it. Restrain yourself. Yes, in private, they will scream at you for not tapping that. Too bad. Sucks to be them.
After some time has gone by and you've gotten to know her better, figure out what she really means to you. Also, figure out what her biggest pile of BS is. Because you'll want to know that if you consider that marrying her could even remotely be a possibility. It won't leave just because you attach yourself to her. She has to be the one to decide to get rid of it. And she'll have to deal with your pile as well, whatever it originates from, waiting for you to scrap whatever about you she doesn't like.
If after a month or so, you two don't totally hate each other, then there might be room for real love. But never leave yourself without an exit, just in case. If she tells you she's considering someone else, after having led you on, decide real fast what kind of friend you want to be to her. Because if you choose wrong, she just might run you over.1