Sep 26, 2017: It is said that love is blind. We hear this and give a slight grin upon the cliched recital. This thing might be common, however, sometimes because of excess love, it also turns into the fear and takes the form of love phobia. In some cases, love begins terrifying. This sort of dread is called Love Phobia. Love phobia is of many sorts.
In it, the individual feels that he can not guarantee anything to his accomplice. Thusly, individuals are hesitant to focus on the relationship. This fear frequently happens to men. Individuals with this fear are reluctant to take any sort of choices.
The individual with this issue flees from sentimental things. Ordinarily, such a person is additionally anxious about ballads. Such individuals can not do sentimental things.
In this fear, lover becomes reluctant to kiss his accomplice. This does not enable connections to last more. Such a man is worried about the trading of microbes and germs from the mouth and trigger illness.
Researchers have found that couples find it tough to identify negative soft emotions
Relationship related emotions can be identified more easily
The unidentified emotions can cause problems in relationships
Your spouse may react immediately when you feel anger, but is he/she equally good at knowing when you feel sad or lonely? No, suggests new research.
Couples do pretty well at picking up one another’s more intense feelings, like happiness or anger, but they are not as sensitive to “soft negative” emotions, said the study published in the journal Family Process. Couples do poorly when it comes to knowing their partner is sad, lonely or feeling down, the findings showed.
“We found that when it comes to the normal ebb and flow of daily emotions, couples aren’t picking up on those occasional changes in ‘soft negative’ emotions like sadness or feeling down,” said study lead author Chrystyna Kouros, Associate Professor at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, US.
The researchers believe that even when a negative mood is not related to the relationship, it ultimately can be harmful to a couple. “Failing to pick up on negative feelings one or two days is not a big deal,” Kouros said.
“But if this accumulates, then down the road it could become a problem for the relationship. It’s these missed opportunities to be offering support or talking it out that can compound over time to negatively affect a relationship,” she added.
For the study, over 100 participants completed daily diaries about their mood and the mood of their partners for seven consecutive nights. The problem is not one for which couples need to seek therapy, Kouros said.
Instead, she advises couples to stop assuming they know what their partner is feeling. “I suggest couples put a little more effort into paying attention to their partner — be more mindful and in the moment when you are with your partner,” she said.
She cautions, however, against becoming annoying by constantly asking how the other is feeling, or if something is wrong. IANS
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