Excerpts from article by Tom Chiarella, MSN online.
When people ask, "How do I know I'm in love?" I ask what it feels like to say goodbye. A departure should matter. It should involve pangs, evoke some loss. Nothing crippling, but separation should register a little in the heart. If the exchange is like the one I just described — thank you, see you — forget it. You aren't in love.
When people ask, "How do I know I'm in love?" I reply: What is it like to kiss her? Do you want to pick her up? Do you want to lay her down? Are you unafraid of what anyone else will think of the way you kiss her? Kissing is not to be underestimated when it comes to love.
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