I think people who say "love at first sight" don't realize all the information they're taking in that they're not coding. Everybody has to keep looking until they have that exact experience and many will be misled by it, especially if sexual attraction is involved.
You can feel like something is real and your partner is "the one" and then all the other details come out, and things change.
Pepper Schwartz—AARP's resident sex and relationship expert and the author of 16 books on sex, relationships, and even love myths—to determine once and for all whether to buy this age-old idea of having one true love.
Here, we asked some big questions of sociologist Dr.
PS: Maybe you have a close relationship with your mother.