Since… forever, women have dreamt about meeting their prince charming, and the whole scenario is basically torn from a movie script. Girl meets boy, boy gazes at girl from across the room, smiles are shared, fantasies are born, they can’t live with one another.

While it does paint a pretty picture, there’s a discrepancy between the words “love” and “first sight”, because love is something that eventually grows inside as time passes. So, what is love at first sight, anyway?

Why Do People Click?

If you’re lucky enough, then you’ve clicked with someone at least once in your life. Doesn’t really have to be sexual, you can be compatible with people for a friendship kind of relationship. But regardless of the purpose, what causes this instant attraction for another human being?

  • Similarity is one thing that could bring people together almost instantly. Having the same background, sharing a mutual trauma, going through the same joys or difficulties at the present moment; these can bring people together.
  • Proximity refers to sharing the same space, maybe an apartment building, an office, or the same classroom. Regardless, this is a factor that inevitably brings people closer together and could be the start of something awesome. 
  • Resonance is just two people who instantly establish rapport. It’s a rare and beautiful thing.

Let me put it another way: have you ever met a person that you feel like you’ve known in forever? You immediately start having these amazing conversations and establish an unspoken bond of trust? All that is because of the aforementioned factors, because it’s very hard to be friends with someone that you have absolutely nothing in common with. 

What’s Love at First Sight?

We can understand how people become friends because they click, but what causes instant romance? It has to be something more than what we’ve talked about before. Just because this guy is your neighbor and you’re both frustrated over your landlord doesn’t establish the roots for romantic activities. 

 

Love at first sight is based on sexual attraction, and don’t let anybody tell you different. In fact, psychology suggest that from the first minutes of meeting someone new, our brain already knows if they’d like to get intimate with that person. 

When it comes to clicking with someone and establishing new friendships, you are more likely to have them in your life for a longer time compared to someone you “fell in love at first sight”. Once the sexual attraction starts to fade away, you will begin to look for things like resonance, proximity, or similarities. If they aren’t there, the odds of you ending up with that person for the rest of your life will slowly decrease. 

But don’t look at this from the wrong perspective. Love at first sight can actually be the hassle-free casual sex relationship that your life might be craving for right now, so don’t dismiss it. Besides, when you’re sexually attracted to someone, the cocktail of dopamine and serotonin that your brain start concocting can’t really be ignored. 

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