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Paee 6 - The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, February 9, 1983 i U re d face and wide eyes may mean you're suffering from love Puppets Have you been blushing physchoiogical state, it's also changes that attract potential Verhulst points out. We try through experience, we know ings which sometimes wane "When the feeling of being to library lately? Are your pupils physiological," Dr. Verhulst lovers, Dr. Verhulst says. If to increase our love appeal how to be cute or endearing may come back. Data shows in love stops," Dr. Verhulst Issaquah Library dilated more than usual? explains. "When you're in St. Valentine's little cherub through dress, mannerisms, to people. We learn to that feelings of being in love explains, "relationships sent a free children's And have you been content love, your body changes, wasn't shooting his arrows in and by acting "charmingly." behave in a way that has the are more frequently reported often break up The person show on W to spend endless hours Your temperature is higher, the desired direction, help Some folks even use the extra most love appeal to the type after 20 years than after five does not fulfill all your February 16, at dreamingofthatspecialsome- You may even have her- was available. Women fre- assurance offered by of person we like. " years." dreams anymore. Couples one? Then you may be the monal changes. All this has a quently used "bella donna" toothpastes with "sex ap- With all the time and Dr. Verhul,t is interested need to learn how to work Designed for victim of love, according to strong appeal toward the per- eye drops to dilate their eyes peal." All this in the name of energy people put into in theissues of falling in love these problems out" the program will the symptonas described by son you're in love with, and with the hope that the wide- passion! romantic love, it's odd that and the loss of that feeling "But in spite of all short puppet Dr. Johan Verhulst, Clinical increases your chance for eyed, lovelorn look would "We spend a lot of time we're so hesitant, and even He works as a marital the divorces," he continues, "Peter Rabbit," Director at the Harborview reciprocal response." send pitter-patters through trying to increase our love embarrassed to talkaboutit, therapist through the Har- "fifty percent of couples are Master of All Masters Community Mental Health In days of yore, people unsuspecting hearts, appeal," Dr. Verhulst says. "Nobody likes to talk borview Community Mental stayingmarnedforhfe. "TheTaleof . " " theP " Center. went to great lengths to Today, we still help Cupid "Much of it is unconscious, about it, especially men, Health Center. "Being in love is not just a simulate the physiological properly aim his arrows, Dr. It's a way of acting that, because they don't like to ad- gO Front St. South Downtown Issaquah \\; 392-1288 o//o Off al I Clothing Over 5,000 Shirts, Tops, Jeans to choose from at 25% off regular price! Save and get a FREE Early Entry Pass to Super- cross. WIN 2 BEST TICKETS & COMPLIMENTARY DINNER FOR 2 ATTHE KINGDOME RESTAURANT Compliments of Ben Franklin in Issaquah. Deposit in the store. Name ...... :, . Phone.. SUPERCROSS PASSES, FREE! While you're registering, take advantage of the supercross racing sale on Wrangler brand merchandise and receive two early entry passes flee! (Early entry pass must be accompanied by regular admission ticket.) And register to win the biggest Sweepstakes giveaway in supercross history! 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"This means," Dr. Verhulst explains, "that if you're lovesick for an unre- quited love, you may be suf- fering for two years." But love isn't always of the short-term romantic type. According to Dr. Verhulst, love can change form. "Romantic love often turns into companionate love," he says "This can be a remarkably strong pens. During marriage, love feel- Volunteers needed to reassure elderly Overlake Hospital is seek- ing volunteers for its Telecare Program. This is a service which provides reassurance phone calls to elderly or homebound persons on the Eastside. After an initial training period, Telecare volunteers provide this service from their homes. To volunteer, please call Susan Bittner at 454-4011. WILL I NEVER  MEETA/VN WI40 ReAtLY CARES?, I Attr Qua Cle (20 Nu i co Fri i Sa I , Nu  "spe ,! i. Wfi silk screened , on white shirt. Free* with each 2-year subscription to the Issaquah Press. Subscriptions must be prepaid ($17.50). 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