• I dont think there is an amount of time that it takes. You can know someome well enough to fall in love after 1 month or 1 year . Though I would expect it not to take quite a year. But its possible. I think it depends on the person, but for me, Id want time to be sure. But at the same time, it happened prety quickly for myself and my wife. We met through the phone. I was in a different state at the time. So I made trips to see her, so it had to happen pretty fast. I think the bottom line is that like so many other things in this life, there are no formulas.
  • A month and a half I'll say. ;D And that's what we say made us boyfriend and girlfriend. (Unique I know) anyway, it's possible. We've been together for almost a year and we want it to be like that...well...forever. Not saying that you guys are in the same boat as us, but it's entirely possible. Just remember give it time and it will be even greater love the longer it lasts.
  • I met my wife online. After meeting in person, we told each other that we loved the other after only a week. Pretty hasty, I know, but it felt right. We got engaged after the first two months, had a one year engagement, and have been married for seven years. She is the most important thing in this world to me. So to answer your question, yes it is possible, but probably not advisable. It worked out for us though!
  • Yes. I,too, met my husband on-line. We e-mailed for a week, telephoned for another week...then met at the half way point between our homes. Instant attraction...already knew I like him as a friend..and we had interests in common. Met his family...liked them...and vice versa. "Knew" in less than a week...proposed after a month....dated for 2 years...engaged a year. Married,now, for 2.
  • Yes many people fall easily.
  • Possible, yes. "Vetting" whether that love is capable of sustaining a long term relationship is another issue. Loving is something we do----when we love, we care for, respect, come to know and understand, and respond to the person we love. Loving is very rewarding, but it's not always fun at the time.

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