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According to the research, things don't improve much in stage four – "honesty" – which is triggered by a greater openness in the relationship which breeds feeling of doubt and increased vulnerability.
Finally comes "stability" where levels of trust and intimacy reach their deepest point.
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Growing up, office worker Charlotte Mears, 27, from Buckinghamshire, was always slender and worked out regularly.
Psychologist Dr Linda Papadopoulos, who assisted with the research, said: "Shaped via a mixture of physical and emotional indicators, it's fascinating to note that this one core emotion can be broken down into such distinct stages.Ten per cent of Britons in love are believed to be in stage three – "assimilation".This stage is characterised by a spiral in stress levels and an anxious re-evaluation of your significant other and whether he or she is right for you.Butterflies - heady mix of infatuation and attraction (two per cent) * Weight loss * Lack of productivity * Rise in libido - following release of sex hormones testosterone and oestrogen Stage 2.Building - getting to know your partner inside out (three per cent) * Lack of sleep * Decreased attention span * 'Happy anxiety' - as a result of the release of monoamines Stage 3.