What is it called when a person falls in love with her kidnapper?
When a person falls in love with, or has positive feelings towards their captors, it is known as Stockholm syndrome.
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Answer . That's like answering the age old question "describe what love is." It just happens when two people fall in love. The chemistry is right and I do believe in aura…s. Auras surround every living thing, and that's also makes us dislike or like a person immediately. They are using auras in medical science and under the right conditions find in what area the body is imbalanced and that something is wrong medically. \n. \nWhen I met my second husband I was walking on clouds, and the whole world looked more colorful and I had the world at my finger tips. Even my job went better and I felt better inside. When Fridays came I could hardly wait to see him for the weekend and he and I would team up with our friends and go to night clubs and dance the night away and then go water-skiing, etc., and had the time of our lives. It's wanting to be so close to each other that even if you had sexual relations that even doesn't seem close enough. That's the only way I can describe it. I still love to see my husband after 33 years. If he's been away on a fishing trip for 3 - 4 days, the first day or 2 I love my privacy and I can do what I want to do, but after that I really miss him and feel there is a hole in our domain and I can hardly wait until he gets home.\n. \nMother Nature is always right there with you and when you're truly in love you'll know it!\n. \nGood luck\nMarcy
You can't make a person fall in love ,love happens when two people have a really strong conection
you say to them..."hey you wanna go on a date some time?" and see what they have to say.
There are different terms used to describe a person who falls inlove with the person that saves them. Florence Nightingale Syndromeor Knight in Shining Armor Syndrome is used …to describe thisphenomenon.
You may have followed a pattern that you yourself are going to haveto alter when deciding what type of individuals you allow yourselfto fall for. Don't rush into anything and …get to know someonebefore commiting. Learn from your past relationships and take thosethings you have learnt forward with you to other relationships suchas seeing signs of past behaviours of someone or knowing how theyare when you meet them - don't dismiss things and feel you canchange someone because it is just not possible. Don't settle forsomeone because they seem interested either you must have certaininterests that would not involve these individuals that you tend tochoose that can be detected from the start. Be more observant andcareful with your selections and decisions. Answer 2: Sometimes we feel bad about ourselves and look for toxicpeople and toxic relationships not feeling deserving of anything oranyone better. Bad relationships instead of helping you break free,continue to keep you in a vicious cycle low self esteem cycle.Break free, surround yourself with good people and enjoy a goodrelationship. Your are deserving of that.
Adam and Eve? But really, love is everywhere...
Ask God for help! pray to Him and keep your eyes on Him, It really works. I'm praying for you!!! . here ya go . Well i dont think that you can ever fall out of love... If …you can i dont think that you really loved at all then... But you can love them diffrently and mistake it as loving them another way.. Believe me this is possible.. just give yourself time and figure things out.
The book is "Dark side of Love" by Oscar Saul. It was a made for TV Movie called "My Kidnapper my Love" in 1980. Mickey Rooney played a cameo in it.
because they steal or "nap" kids away from home or family
David tricks his uncle Ebenezer, defeating him, and finally comes into his inheritance.
Instead of calling this 'falling in love', how about looking at how important the relationship is becoming to the other person. That is a clearer way to look at it. From mo…st indicative to least indicative, look at the following: 1. Inviting you to 'intimate' social events. For example, a wedding, a family members birthday, intimate friends bdays. On these occasions you will be seen as a couple. For most people this is an important step, so is indicative of how important you are to them. Their social reputations depend on them making good choices. 2. Planning future: Do they plan or try to make plans with you into the future? The further off into the future, the more indicative of how important the relationship is to them. 3. How frequently do they contact you/ spend time with you (e.g. 4 SMS, a phone call every day etc. and meeting 3 times a week is good indicator) 4. Telling you they love you. For many people this is a big deal, if they say it sincerely (and they have a sincere personality) then it is indicative of how they feel. Don't look for 'falling in love', just look at how important the relationship is becoming to them - how much of their life is invested in it? what role it is taking in their life? How interconnected they are trying to make the relationship with the rest of their lives.
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The name of the movie is Sweet Hostage . The movie Starting Martin Sheen, and Linda Blair, can be watched on Youtube .
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Well a fear of love is called Malaxophobia so someone who is afraid to fall in love would be a Malaxophobe
you cant make them but b yourself if they dont love you 4 u they dont love you at all