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Love or infatuation?

Raghu Kshitiz



Love or infatuation

Ranjan, a shy type and royal mood guy worked in a private media firm. His duty was to editing, proof reading and managing the contents before to final print for his company’s daily broadsheet.

Moreover, he himself is a poet and writer so used to write column and got good feedback for every column.

After some days there comes Sruti as his assistant.

Sruti is a different type of girl, derisive, gossiping, and moreover flirting with others her habits.

If someone told her what she is doing is not good then she used to say it’s just a friendship but people noticed it more than friendship.

Days passed, Sruti tried more to flirt with Ranjan too. And finally one day she became too close with Ranjan, even without noticing she is becoming more close to such a guy — who is off course a good looking, earn more than her— but not her type.

Is this really a love or something else?

According to, love and infatuation are both intense emotions that one feels for another person.

These feelings are most often confused for each other by many people. But the two feelings differ in their actuality of love, intensity and final outcome.

Infatuation is the state of being completely carried away by unreasoning passion or love; addictive love.

Infatuation usually occurs at the beginning of relationship when sexual attraction is central. But, love can be described as feeling of intense affection for another person.

It is most often talked about as an emotion between two persons. Hence is also sometimes referred to as interpersonal love.

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An unknown author describe  love as “A wildly misunderstood although highly desirable malfunction of the heart which weakens the brain, causes eyes to sparkle, cheeks to glow, blood pressure to rise and the lips to crumple.”

In love, your heart starts drubbing, you’re flush with excitement and giddy with anticipation. You start to jump here and there and your fingers play around with your smartphone all the times and eyes even not tired glaring your smartphone for pings of text for you, hoping it’s from them.

Sometimes you even can’t focus on your work and lost your appetite too.

But, infatuation other hand is an intense feeling for someone. It happens when you are attracted to a person’s appearance or attracted to him/her sexually. Infatuation happens early on and tends to become obsessive.

In infatuation, you see his/her all good things through rose-colored glasses putting him/her on a pedestal and don’t even acknowledge him for who he really is — good or bad.

Lust and infatuation are usually brief and short-lived and don’t tend to turn into true love. When you are in love, you will have intense feelings for him/her, and be attracted and connected on the level of mind, body and soul.

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Woman’s brain more stimulated than man’s when aroused

Raghu Kshitiz



LONDON — A female’s mind reacts much more and is more stimulated than a male one when aroused, according to a recent McGill University study.

For the study, published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, researchers used advanced imaging techniques to scan brain activity in volunteers while they watched porn. And, they were able to detect higher levels of activity in a number of regions of the minds of females, when compared with their male counterparts.

In the study conducted on 20 men and 20 women, each of the individuals was shown erotic film clips while their brain vitals were scanned by two scanners.

Subjects were instructed, during each video, to use a four-button fiberoptic response box indicating any increase or decrease in their sexual arousal.

One of the scanners was an MRI machine that tracked stimulation in their brains. The other was a heat-seeking camera that measured levels of arousal through participant’s genitals.

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The clips from Modern Family were designed as a comparison, to differentiate erotic arousal from humorous in the brain.

They found that genital arousal in women was more strongly linked with changes in brain activity, across numerous regions, than men.

“There were no brain regions in men with stronger brain-genital correlations than in women”, the study stated, according to the Independent.

While interesting, the sample size for the study was too small, according to Qazi Rahman, a psychology lecturer at King’s College London, further adding that more detailed research would be required to draw such certain conclusions. However, he did not deny the complexity of female arousal.

Writing in a paper detailing their findings, the authors said: “The finding was unexpected because most previous research has suggested that the correlations between genital response and subjective arousal are stronger for men.”

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