The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread said Mother Teresa…To fall in love is the first step in pair formation in humans and is a complex process which only recently has become the object of neuroscientific investigation. The need to be loved is as basic and indispensable as any other human need, like hunger, thirst, warmth and sleep, say analysts.
Being good to a man simply is not the key factor, if you think it’s the things you do that he can’t live without, you might want to have a rethink. Many women make this mistake; they give and give believing it will endear them to the man. They bend over backwards pleasing him. This isn’t what makes a man fall in love. This is what makes you a doormat. A woman willing to sacrifice of herself to please a man isn’t attractive enough, she is convenient at the most.
Man fall in love with woman that challenges him. It’s the woman who stands up for herself with feminine grace and feminine elegance that wins his heart. The woman that will show him with ease that she will not be a doormat. Men like to make women happy. It makes them feel good and makes them feel valued. Men fall in love with how you make them feel. If they can make you happy, they feel good.
It’s not the things you do that make a man fall in love with you. It’s the way you acknowledge, appreciate and accept the things he does that makes him fall in love with you.
There are also other factors why a man fall in love and such factors include our hormonal make up which involves some chemical reaction in our body system; some called this a chemistry of love, much is said about these hormone that are at work as per while we fall in love in The science of why we fall in love. We also have neurobiology of love – People in love could experience mood swings, sleeplessness, racing heartbeat, loss of appetite and are generally lost in their own world.
When two people fall madly in love, the brain’s pleasure centers are activated causing the release of few chemicals-dopamine, pheromones and serotonin. These chemicals are directly responsible for excitement, increased heart rate, lack of appetite and sleeplessness.