Great Chemistry: The Crush
There is nothing, trust me on this, as exhilarating, X-rated or exciting
as the nascent state of love: The Crush.
The Thermodynamics of Two: It’s hot. You’re hot. They’re hot. Everything is hot. You are a double bond with an electromagnetic attraction.
Centuries of poems and prose, sonnets, haikus, and love songs have been written about the first kiss, romantic interludes, holding hands, stolen kisses – and you still feel like the two of you invented “boiling point”
In the beginning: The sheer excitement of falling in love again and your red hot Crush is organic– with no negative charges. You’ve got chemistry. Bunsen Burner hot chemistry. A whirlwind of hearty flirtations, compounded with the electric pulse of touch – and holding hands is like soft lightning.
Oxytocin is simmering: Hailed as the hug hormone, the cuddle chemical, and the bliss hormone; it courses through your brain…The spontaneity of a reaction – with both your imaginations running rampant – is kinetic and contagious.
People notice. You smile way too much: You’re always in a good mood – you’re texting sweet nothings, bon mots, and wildly flirtatious quips. A lot. And, again, with all the smiling.
Making Beautiful Music Together: Then a veritable tsunami of romantic love songs streams through your imagination. You Spotify – seeking out the best, the sexiest, the most seductive love songs ever (Stones, Marvin Gaye, Al Green, Billy Joel, Sam Smith, Michael Buble) And the hits keep on coming.
The Temperature is Rising: Boiling Point
Candlelight and poetry are hot. Lingerie is hot. Smart cocktails are hot; holding hands in the corner of that dive bar is hot. You don’t have to be Einstein to know kissing in elevators is really hot. Simple analytical analysis indicates, the elevator at the Bank of America World Headquarters – towering is 52 stories- rates very high on the Elevator Buss Barometer. Going Up!
The physical attraction
Love = xxoo2
“Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, and penetrates
walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.”
Just do it!
“You can’t blame gravity for falling in love.”