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Se has a wife and rena, What the hell are you thinking! Don’t run after a married man. He has a wife and 2 children! Come on..that is wrong. Get your head on straight. He doesn’t want you for keeps.

Relationship research is always moving forward, and this post—the first and most popular at Love Science—is updated per new data from paramount Lost Lovers researcher  Dr. Nancy Kalish .   Fascinating new details are here, but they only strengthen the core message:  Unless you’re single, divorced or widowed—don’t look up that old flame on Facebook.   

  In her book Lost & Found Lovers: Facts and Fantasies of Rekindled Romance , Kalish reveals that 76% of pre-internet and 78% of first-love re-connections in Phase 1 culminated in happy marriages—sex beyond compare, highs that seem to last forever, baby-talk that ruins other people’s digestion.  Their later divorce rate is under 2%!  Talk about a path to wedded bliss. 

What Happened?!?  Technology collided with marital status and Good Intentions.   Over 2/3 of Phase 1, pre-internet folks were SINGLE and thus available when they asked friends and family for so-and-so’s phone number; it’s a bit daunting to intentionally find an old flame if you’re still wed and you’ve got to ask her daddy for her digits.  On the other hand, as Kalish wrote to me, by the mid-2000’s, “People were just surfing the internet, and what could be the harm of sending an email?  It’s private, and seems safe.”

Except that if you’re married—as 2/3 of the Phase 2 interviewees were when they hit “send”—the road to hell really is paved with Good Intentions.  Affairs are the *normal* result of these reconnections; 62% of the married folks wound up having an affair…yet they didn’t begin the contact with any such plan. 

And what then?  Partly because both parties rarely exit existing marriages, the most common endings are zero contact with the former lover, or a continued sexual affair.  Emotional aftermath includes fractured, confused lives…lives that were rolling along just fine until an innocent email derailed their stability.     

Flatly put: It’s dangerous to reconnect with an old flame, even—perhaps particularly—if you are happily married and are merely curious about how things turned out for your first love; and it’s foolhardy to casually encourage your spouse to look up their former sweetie. Social networking sites make it simple to follow an idle curiosity about how so-and-so is doing, and Facebook is invaluable for reconnecting. But it would appear that there are wise limits for friending.  

@Monica, Yes, you're right--it definitely matters what the connection was like the first time around. Just about everyone has people from the past whom they cared about or even loved, but most of those folks would not pose a threat to a marriage. Kalish's research primarily deals with people who fit a very particular profile...you can see it here at another Love Science column called "When First Love Is True Love":http://www.lovesciencemedia.com/love-science-media/when-first-love-is-true-love-re-igniting-the-old-flame.html?SSScrollPosition=368

Basically, about 1/4 of adults in Kalish's study--and perhaps across America and other Westernized nations, given her data set's extensiveness-- have a Lost Lover who fits the profile for both of these Love Science articles: Someone we loved when very young (usually under age 17; under 22 the vast marjority of the time), from whom we were separated for reasons *other than* incompatibility. Very common reasons for separation are parental interference (#1 reason), or a military or other move. Basically, these are Interrupted Loves that were between two young, compatible people. They weren't puppy loves--just real love, really young.

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"It starts with e-mails," says Nancy Kalish , a psychology professor at Cal State Sacramento who has studied the phenomenon. "It goes to IMs (instant messages), and the hotel room follows pretty soon afterward."

Back in the 1990s, it was rare for a married person to reach out to a first love. Nowadays, about 8 in 10 people who contact a former lover are married, Kalish says, based upon the findings of her own Web site, Lostlovers.com.

Sound familiar? If so, you are not alone. Reunion.com was created in 2002, says site spokeswoman Shari Cogan , and its growth has been "just unbelievable." The site has profiles for 34 million people, and is gaining as many as 40,000 daily, she says.

And Reunion.com is just one of several sites that make it easier than ever to track down an old friend. Classmates.com allows users to "leap through a portal to the best of your past" and boasts a database of 60 million people who graduated from more than 200,000 schools.

Kalish has made "rekindled romances" her specialty. Her research on the subject, which began in 1993, led to her 1997 book, "Lost & Found Lovers." She has appeared with Oprah Winfrey and on "20/20," and frequently presents her findings at psychological conventions.

That's not uncommon, says Kalish. Old flames often rekindle, she theorizes, because a physical, chemical imprinting occurs when we meet our first love. It typically happens when we are young and impressionable.

Kalish says her research has shown that a vivid dream about an old flame is the most common trigger of the urge for a reunion. Her subjects often interpret such dreams as a sign that they should contact their first love, but Kalish says such dreams speak to the power of those memories.

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