My butterflies were basically my body's way of telling me to run from the lion in front of me, because I sensed something in him that I should be afraid of. Skip navigation! Story from Sex. The first time I ever felt butterflies in my stomach was when I was 14 years old. My family had rented a house down on the Jersey Shore, and I'd become smitten with one of the lifeguards there. One night, when my friends and I were wandering around the neighborhood where we were staying, lifeguard and I met up and stole away to the beach.
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The beginning is the best. That's because the start of a new relationship is the honeymoon phase — the period in which you're absolutely intoxicated by the other person. But in many cases, the honeymoon ends and the spark burns out after a few weeks. As a result, new relationships don't always survive. A lot of people think that getting "butterflies" — that sinking feeling in their stomach — is a good sign, especially when it's about a new person they're dating. But, according to Goldstein, feeling nauseous at the very thought of the person you're dating after a while could signal troubles to come. So if you're not getting that fluttery feeling in your stomach, that's a sign your new relationship may actually be the real thing.
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Spoiler alert: Date 1: He looked like his pictures, he overestimated his height by only two inches max, and we had plenty to talk about. He was also such a gentleman with the tab: Pretty apathetic, huh?
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