Anna Breslaw, Glamour magazine
The ancient Greeks called this romantic trope theia mania (madness from the gods), linking it to the whole "Cupid's arrow" thing. And in medieval texts. the gaze of a beautiful woman is compared to the sight of a basilisk. But in these modern days, has looooove at first sight withstood the test of time and science? I got four relationship experts' opinions on the matter. Read what they have to say and then tell me where you stand.
Dr. Rachel Needle, Psy.D., licensed psychologist and certified sex therapist at the Center for Marital and Sexual Health of South Florida:
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"Love remains one of the big scientific and theoretical mysteries. Some say that there is such thing as love at first sight but more so for men because they are more visual than women. However, in my professional opinion, attraction or even lust at first sight seems to be more fitting. There are different types of love so it also depends on how you