The Butterflies have Faded



Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
i've had a boyfriend for 7 months now, since we started going out it was great. It was constant butterflies in my stomach and i was always really anxious to see him or even to just talk to him. i know i love him, he means so much to me.

Lately the butterflies haven't been happening as much. I still love hanging out and talking to him, and i guess i knew that they wouldn't always be there, but is that bad that they went away? i really feel like this is going to be a long relationship, i don't want to mess things up.




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Of course the butterflies have faded! Do you think if people were married for 50 years, that they could survive with wild hormones rampaging in their system every second of every day? :)

Relationships start with high hormones, to draw people together. It then matures into a best-friendship. If you guys are moving to that best-friendship stage, then that is a very good sign.

-- from Lisa
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