One Itis Feels Good
Remember what it was like when you had your first crush?
Or even a recent one of that’s easier.
Even a fictional character will do.
When I was a kid, I had plenty of crushes.
One on my second grade teacher.
One a few fictional TV and movie characters when I was in Junior High School.
Anyway, choose one to think about.
A person that you enjoyed thinking about.
That you enjoyed fantasizing about.
Not sex or anything like that.
You just enjoyed daydreaming what if would be like.
If they came and talked to you.
If they wanted to be friends, or even more, with you.
Now imagine how that feeling GREW over time.
Maybe you notice something about them that made you think about them in a different way.
And the more you thought about them, the more you started to notice more things about them.
Pretty soon you were content to daydream about them for as a long as possible.
This is, without question, the most common human experience.
Today this is often referred to as “one-itis.”
And it’s almost always referred to as a “bad thing.”
It’s purposely put in terms of a medical condition for this reason.
Something you are “afflicted” with that you want to get rid of.
Best Feeling Ever
But consider this idea.
Imagine two people.
Both whom have a secret crush on each other.
A two-way, yet to be discovered, MUTUAL one-itis.
We can think of three types of one-itis.
The daydreaming kind.
Where you KNOW it will never happen.
Like when crushing on fictional characters.
This is normal and likely a HUGE driving force in many fictional dramas of many types.
Then there is one-itis for a real person.
A real person who will NEVER reciprocate.
This is the dangerous kind.
Then there is the third kind.
Secret Two Way Love
A mutual one-itis.
A mutual crush that is yet to be discovered.
This is the absolute BEST kind.
From a purely evolutionary standpoint, true love HAD to grow very, very slowly.
Because when a couple got together, it HAD to be for life.
Otherwise kids wouldn’t have had a fighting chance.
Our species wouldn’t have survived.
So consider that this mutual one-itis had a lot of functions.
A way to SLOWLY re-calibrate how we felt about our crush.
So we saw them more and more in terms of their positive attributes.
And we thought of them that way for a LONG TIME.
Today, of course, the dating market is a train wreck.
A dumpster fire.
A clown show.
But guess what?
Our ancient love instincts are the same.
And for most people, they are STARVED for real feelings.
Real feelings YOU can give them.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.