You can fall in love many times in your life, but science says that the heart really only beats three times.
How many times have we fallen in love in life? The answer is unpredictable. Even the most romantic, however, must stick to what science says. You can only fall in love three times in life and each falling in love corresponds to a precise phase and a moment of personal growth. The first love, the youthful one, is the one you never forget, made of heartbeat, and daydreaming. We unknowingly think it is the only true love, but we are immature when we feel it. Then we understand that first love is not as we had idealized.
The second love is more complicated, dramatic since we have become more complex. We find ourselves more grown up with an already formed character, starting to understand what we want from love. It is still a difficult period and we are insecure and contradictory in our feelings. Not always what we want from love is what the person with whom we have this kind of feeling offers. A second love of ups and downs, of euphoria and anger.
The third love never seems to come and instead it suddenly comes into our lives. It comes at a time when we are less young and more experienced . A bare love that makes you happy precisely because of its simplicity. It’s not as fabulous as the first or sought after like the second. In practice, the third is not made of expectation and therefore tends to be carefree . A quiet love to be able to make an immortal recipe for life.