There are a lot of warning signs that I've compiled to help you determine if you're falling in love. Nine of these warning signs are from my own personal experience and one is from a movie with Alan Rickman and Emma Thompson. There's only 9 ways to know for sure if you're falling in love and each is subtle but powerful

1. You can't stop thinking about them

If you can't stop thinking about them, this could be a sign that you are falling in love. You might find yourself thinking about them all the time, even when you're not around them. Or maybe when they're not around, you find yourself wishing they were!

You may also notice that your body reacts differently around the person than it does around others. You may feel butterflies in your stomach or get really nervous whenever they're around. Your heart rate may increase and your cheeks may flush when you think about them or see them.

Even more obvious than those physical signs is how much time you spend with the person—you might find yourself spending every free minute with them or making plans for future dates. If this sounds familiar, then you definitely should consider whether or not you're falling in love!

2. You get butterflies when they call

The feeling of butterflies is caused by the release of dopamine in the brain. Dopamine is a hormone that helps control reward and pleasure centers in the brain, so these feelings make us feel good and want to repeat whatever caused them over and over again. This is why we often feel excited or nervous around people we like—we've already learned that they're associated with positive emotions, so our brains want to be around them more often.

If you're getting butterflies when someone calls, then your brain has already begun associating this person with those feelings of happiness and excitement. It's not surprising that you'd want to see them again!

3. They make you feel like you can do anything

When you fall in love, your brain chemistry changes and creates a positive feedback loop that makes you feel more confident and optimistic about the future. This is called the “love hormone,” but it's also known as oxytocin. Oxytocin makes us more trusting and generous, as well as more willing to take risks for our partner. It also increases our ability to focus on a task and remember details about that task.

This chemical reaction doesn't just affect your brain—it affects your body too. You might notice that your face is flushed or your heart races when you see them, which is caused by increased blood flow to those areas of your body. You may feel warm all over or even have trouble eating because of the increased levels of dopamine (another neurochemical) coursing through your system!

So next time you're feeling like superman or wonder woman: turn up the volume on those feelings! You're just experiencing the effects of being in love!

4. All their flaws are endearing now

They say that the best way to know if you're in love with someone is to take note of all the things about them that drive you crazy at first. If, even when they're making you crazy, you still find yourself thinking about them and wanting to spend time with them, it's a good sign that you might be in love with them.

It's not just a cliché: all their flaws are actually endearing now. If someone is making you feel something, it means that they have some kind of effect on your life, and if they're having an effect on your life in a positive way, then that means there's something special between the two of you.

5. You've found yourself fantasizing about the future with them (even if it's only been a week)

Falling in love is a complicated process that involves many factors, including shared interests, physical attraction, and emotional connection. But one of the earliest signs of falling in love is fantasizing about your future together—your wedding, your children, your house.

If you're having these thoughts about someone you just met, it's worth taking a step back and asking yourself if there's something deeper going on here. After all, sometimes we can get caught up in daydreams that don't make sense for us: maybe you've been watching too much soap opera-style television or reading too many Harlequin novels; maybe you've been listening to too much R&B music or watching too many romantic comedies.

But if this fantasy has been going on for some time now—and especially if it feels real—then it may be time to start looking at things a bit more seriously.

6. Your friends have noticed that your mood has changed since meeting this person

You've been happier and more relaxed since you started dating this person. You're more willing to take risks and try new things, and your friends have noticed the change in your personality.

Your friends will be able to tell if your mood changes when you're around them, but they may not know what caused the change. It could be that they aren't sure why they've noticed a difference in your behavior, so they won't ask about it directly. Instead, they'll ask questions about how things are going with this person or how much time you spend together. You can use these opportunities as an opportunity to tell them about how happy you are with your relationship without coming right out and saying “I'm in love!”

7. Your dreams have shifted to include them in some way or another 

If your dreams have shifted to include them, it's a sign that you are falling in love.

Dreams are the only place where we can fully explore and express our desires, so if you're dreaming about something, chances are it's what's going on inside your head. And if your dreams have changed to include someone new, it means your subconscious mind is making room for this person to fit into your life and make it better.

The most important thing to remember when you're falling in love is that this person isn't just an addition; they're also going to change things up in a way that's good for both of you—and as long as they don't try to change too much at once (like taking away all of your favorite foods or insisting on getting married right away), then there's no reason why things won't work out!

8. They help you remember things better than ever before—like where you put your keys, or what happened at last week's party!

You might be wondering whether you're falling in love if you find yourself remembering things better than ever before. And the answer is yes!

When you fall in love, your brain starts to become more active and creative. You start to think about your partner and how you can be there for them, how you can make them happy, and how to do things that will make their day better.

You might find yourself thinking about the way their eyes shine when they see something they like, or how much they love spending time with their family. You might even notice that when someone uses certain words or phrases around your partner, it makes them laugh—and that makes you smile too!

This heightened level of focus on someone else will make it easier for you to remember what they like and don't like, what makes them laugh or cry… basically everything about them!

9. You want to be with them all the time

This is known as ‘falling head over heels' or ‘falling in love'. When this happens, your brain releases chemicals called endorphins, which are responsible for making you feel happy and relaxed.

The reason why you want to be around them all the time is because you feel safe around them. You don't need to worry about anything when they are around because they will make sure that everything is taken care of.

This feeling can last up until two years after your relationship ends or even longer if there were some unresolved issues between the two of you such as cheating or lying during those years together.

Love is a beautiful thing, and it is often hard to describe the feelings that we have for those most special people in our lives. But if you find yourself having a hard time putting your feelings into words, you're probably not alone. Fortunately, there are ways to know that you might be falling in love. The 9 signs above can help you to clarify the confusion of your emotions and confirm everything you know to be true.
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