I had my first love when I was 16. Now I'm 23 and I don't like him anymore but I have this big crush on him, even if I know he only see me as a friend nowadays. Also, after him I had 2 boyfriends but never loved they like I loved my first love.
I know that it's not a rule, but it seems that most people think their first love were the strongest.
Is it possible to feel that strong love again?
Most Helpful Guy
From a relationship coaching lens, most people do not see their first love as the strongest, just the most special.
The fact is, when you experience love for the first time, you are smitten, beside yourself, etc. And it's real to you, even if/as others are calling you silly and crazy. You remember the kiss, the sex, the fights, the make-ups and break-ups.
As you move on, however, and the kissing, sex, fights, etc. become more common, they're not as memorable.
To your last question, feeling love that strong again is not only possible but it's also likely. Why? Because the more we love and break-up and love again, the more mature we get with our needs, how we deal with love issues, etc. Eventually we find someone that really knocks our socks off and we know better now how to have a real-ationships with them, challenges and all. This is the good stuff.2
Most Helpful Girl
I guess it depends if your new relationships can bring something new to the table that wasn't there before. I can definitely love more deeply then I have in the past because there were things missing in the guys I used to love0