How do you explain infatuation with the same person that last years? It's infatuation because you don't know them well at all and haven't contacted them all those years.
I have to agree that old people, making love or having sex, on TV shows or in the movies, is a bit of a turn-off, but the young script writers can make it look pretty stupid, with all their, throwing each other around stuff, or being shot full of holes, they still can feel good enough to make mad passionate love.(give me a break):yuck:Eee gads, old sex. BTW, I meant like 65 plus. Not those below that. When I'm like 70 and up I am gonna be the most crotchey, ornery old b@$t@rd on Earth. It'll be so much fun!
That is nice part of getting old - being able to appreciate a beautiful woman, and not get worked up about it.One of the joy's of getting older, is the ability to admire beauty, without the lust messing your mind up
Using a definition of infatuation from Merriam-Webster dictionary - "to inspire with a foolish or extravagant love or admiration" - I see infatuation as more irrational than foolish.tgt said:So infatuation can be both short term and long term? I wonder what determines the time period.
That seem to make sense. This maturity level keeps on increasing as in the teenage years, you'd do it with just about anyone.You reach a maturity level, that allows you to chose the moment, there are times when no matter how you feel, for some reason(s) it is best savored at some other time.