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Falling in love

Is it possible do you think to fall in love with somebody who you just met while on ecstasy? I felt a wonderful sense of inner peace when I was around him. And when we made eye contact, we both just knew. Knew what? I don't know, but we both knew. There was a wonderful sense of recognition. I don't really know much about the guy because we had only met 2 days before, but I feel like I truly know him. We just clicked! I don't know how else to describe it! And it was so mutual.

I've never fallen in love before, so I don't know if this is it, but I imagine this is what it would feel like. Over a week has passed now, and I'm still certain of my feelings. I almost feel like he is the missing part of me...the piece that I he completes me. I feel like I've met my soulmate! We were literally just right on the same page.....completing each others thoughts... completely understanding each other. I've never felt such a connection with anyone before. Usually I have such a fear of getting close to men that I immediately back away when I know that they are starting to like me back. Or if they are too nice. I always wanted what I couldn't have. Well, with this guy it is totally different.

When I looked at him, it was almost like a moment of realization, an epiphany if you will. It wasn't like a lustful thing. I didn't want to get on him or anything like that. It was something much deeper - something very special, something very wonderful. And once I felt it, it was so undeniable! I felt it throughout my entire person. And it seemed to me that all the sappy, soggy, stereotypical and exaggerated signs of falling in love that you see in the media shot throughout my entire body. I was literally sighing. I'm not joking! I was sighing!

So now what? Are these legitimate feelings? Or was it just the effects of the drug? What do I do? I haven't seen or talked to him since that night.

Is it possible to fall in love in one night like that? I seriously feel like he is the one I was meant to be with. Eleven days have passed since "the night," and I still feel the same way. Could it be real? What do you think?


Well, I believe such feelings on E are an expression of your true uninhibited self, but may ignore some facts which would inhibit you in other situations, such as him being married or other incompatible factor. So my advice is to check him out, maybe even ask your close friends. And of course see how he feels. The truth is that people open up on E and can easily fall in love when it is not appropriate, and falling in love always carries the risk of getting hurt.


But having said that, some people seem to need their defenses lowered in order to fall in love, and there are many people who have fallen in love on ecstasy with the ideal partner who they may never have met otherwise. It can be a wonderful way to start!