In many, if not most, new relationships, couples tend to get a little bit obsessed with one another. The relationship is brand-new, everything's exciting, you're infatuated. Basically, it's like you live in a romantic comedy. Some people might question how healthy it is, particularly because obsession can sometimes have a bad reputation — it's associated with some not-so-great things. But early on in relationships, infatuation-based obsession might not be so worrisome.
Are you and your partner in love with each other?
Every Couple That's Truly In Love Does These 10 Things For Each Other
From good listening skills to not holding you back, there are many signals your partner likes you. For the rest of us, modern dating is a minefield. With so much available choice, how are you supposed to know if someone is right for you? When should you stop over-thinking and finally commit?
How to tell if you and your partner are in love — or obsessed with each other
To get the scoop, Business Insider spoke to two relationship experts, including Dr. Suzana E. Flores told Business Insider.
Read what follows at your own risk. It could be very painful and upsetting. After nearly forty years of observing couples in couples therapy and couples outside among friends and family and in public, it has become clearer and clearer to me when a couple loves each other and when they are in love. There are distinctions.