While limerence has three very distinct stages, the lines between them can be somewhat blurred. Stage one creates an infatuation with your new limerent object, while stage two crystallizes the feelings you have for each other. Stage three is called deterioration because the infatuation can start to wear off, and you can finally see the flaws.
Stage three of limerence can often lead to regret and remorse for the relationship. But does this mean that your significant other will come running back to you? Can your relationship be healed? Dr. Joe Beam and Kimberly Beam Holmes talk about how limerence ends and give advice on the best way to get through it on this episode of Relationship Radio.
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