This study reports the initial results attempting to prove and validate a central theory sustaining the concept of Love, and more concretely, its evolution and its relationship to another factor; temporality. The main goal of this study is to find the relationship between the level of idealization within a couple and the time spent together. An examination of past literature on couple stability and future marital impact of idealization has shown the possible influence of idealization on love. The relationships between idealization, time and age, will be established by administering a couple's test to each member of the dyad, revealing the idealization level that each member has on that precise moment or phase. The results of the analysis will then be presented, giving support to the fact that couples do idealize more on the first stages of a relationship, and that age also has an effect on idealization.