Cobb stated that scientists believe there are three stages to love: lust, romantic obsession and long-term affection.
She began with lust (who wouldn’t?). She was smitten with lust (who wouldn't?). And that led her to... to spring break in Cancun.
Susan Spencer, Correspondent, asked: "Did they know you were coming?"
Cobb responded, "I was really out-of-place on the beach. "I was too dressed!"
"You were dressed!" Spencer laughed.
"I knew, I had clothes on!"
Stage 2: Romantic obsession or attraction required a trip across an ocean to Italy! "You're obsessed. Cobb said that it can take over your entire life. It's a condition of extreme need. You cannot eat. You can't sleep. It's impossible to think straight."
She proves her point with her photographs of Rome and Florence streets. Can you imagine a world where everyone is in this state of romantic obsession?" We wouldn't be able to travel. Bridges would not be possible. Cobb said that we wouldn't have vaccines.
Spencer replied, "No, we'd just be sitting around looking at one another."
This is why romantic obsession can lead to attachment with any kind of luck.
Cobb met a couple from Ohio who was clearly attached. They had 20 children, 75 grandchildren and 132 great-grandchildren.
Spencer asked: "So, did this leave you feeling that true love does exist?"
"Ofcourse it does!" Cobb laughed. It's universal emotion. It is the strongest emotion that we will ever feel.
According to a CBS News poll 86% Americans believe true love can be found. Even more encouraging is the fact that two thirds of Americans say they know this because it has happened to them.
Tia Williams is the author of The Book of Love, and it has been published more times than once. She is a best-selling romance author.
Spencer asked her: "How would your definition of true love be defined?"
Williams said, "It's soul recognition. It's like you see each other deeply." The person becomes part of you like your arm or your nose. Every move you make is a reflection of them.
"Writing romances is part of solving the unsolvable. What brings people together What is it that keeps people together?
However, you shouldn't expect to find the real-life answers in the printed pages.
Williams stated, "No one shows in romance novels the work it takes to sustain it for a long time."
"Well, why don’t you do that?" Spencer asked Spencer.
"Because it's boring!" She laughed. She laughed. You know, the day in and day out of who gets the toilet paper? You know what I mean? 'I'm at a gas station. Are you asking for anything? It's a fantasy, you know. Everyone wants to escape, especially in these crazy times.
John Patrick Shanley, screenwriter, won an Oscar for his story of a quirky love that earned him an Oscar for "Moonstruck," a 1987 romantic comedy.
Ronny (Nicolas Cage: "I'm in Love with You."
Loretta (Cher) slaps him, TWICE! : "Snap out! "
Spencer asked Shanley: "How do movies and real life compare?"
He said, "Life is too slow." "Movies, particularly romantic comedies, usually last about an hour and a half."
Shanley stated that he was initially unsure about Cher pairing with Nicolas Cage, a younger man. Love works in mysterious ways. "When I saw the screen-test, it was incontrovertible. They were meant to do this.
Spencer asked: "But what tells me that?"
"The way their eyes sparkle when they see you, with aggression, hunger, and desire. You're halfway home when someone looks at you with naked excitement.
Ronny: We are here to destroy ourselves and to break hearts. "
Shanley stated, "If you are truly in love with another person and want to get something from them," "We do die. It makes them feel awake and says, "Oh my god, it's happening." My time is running out and I will never be able to get it back. This is what I need to do. Tomorrow might never come. I could be struck by a postal truck. Let's go!'"
Spencer asked: "Which part do you think is more difficult? Which is harder: The falling in love or the remaining in love?
"Failure in love is not something you can control." He replied, "It happens to me." "It takes a lot to maintain a loving relationship with someone else.
"You don’t believe that?"
"I'm alone!" He laughed. "Maybe I'm a bit lazy in the work ethic department!" It seems excessive to me, however, to refer to it as a lot work.
If you are looking for a little more work, Arthur Aron, psychologist, is the guy for you. He is a Stony Brook University research professor and his methods for keeping love alive have been proven effective.
Start by doing something new and exciting together. You can kayak on rivers if you have never been kayaking. The idea behind it is that you become more comfortable with your partner after you have formed a relationship. If you do something challenging or new with your partner, it is associated with them and the relationship. It helps to rekindle the relationship.
Spencer asked: "And you, as scientist, absolutely believe that true love?"
Aron said, "Yes." "In fact, it's what prompted me to study it. I fell in love. In fact, the person with whom I fell in love became my long-term partner and my wife."
They have been married for 47 year!
Tia Williams, one of our love experts, stated that she was single for a very, very long time and was just now getting into it.
But what if? She laughed, "But then I got on the dating app." "And I saw this beautiful man. Then we met up for a date and it was magical. The date never ended.
Spencer asked Jodi Cobb: "Do you believe that true love is possible?"
She chuckled, "Well, I don’t think love cares whether I believe in it” "Like gravity and climate change. It is , it's.
John Patrick Shanley was asked by Spencer, "Have You Found True Love in Your Life?"
He laughed, "More often than once." "Some people have loved and I have loved them. It's been an important part my life and a wonderful part my life.