What Makes People Fall In Love; 6 Elements
After much research from scientists looking for what actually make people fall in love, there came a conclusion that there are some key element in individual that make us fall in love. It is not easy to really capture romantic love because it is enigmatic. It is difficult to capture and convert into computerized, controlled bits and bytes of information. Instead, treating it as if it were a virus, scholars are tackling specific questions about love, nailing down a few facets at a time. They have made tremendous progress. Out of the cascade of studies, six verities emerge about what makes people fall in love. To be a successful Hunter or Huntress of hearts, you must, like Cupid, be a skillful archer, and aim your arrow dead center at the following six targets.
- First Impressions
- Similar Character, Complementary Needs
- Early-Date Gender-Menders
- Mind Power
This article is going to be divided into 3 so that we can properly deal with each of the element for better understanding of what makes people fall in love.
The first moments you spot that opposite gender and he or she gets a glimpse of you can be decisive. This moment lies a “go/no go" decision. Scientists made it known to us that love's seeds are often sown during the first few minutes of a relationship. When two cats first see each other for the first time, they stop and take a look at one another other. If one hisses, the other bristles his coat and hisses back. But, if the first cat gives a little nudge with its cold nose, the other kitten responds in kind, and they wind up purring together and licking each other's coats. A man and a woman getting to know each other are like two little animals sniffing each other out. We don't have tails that wag or hair that bristles, but we do have eyes that narrow or widen. We have hands that flash knuckles or subconsciously soften in the palms-up "I submit" position. There are dozens of other "involuntary" reactions that take place in the first few moments of interaction.
The good news is that we can learn to control these presumed involuntary reactions. The moment you set eyes on each other, your Potential Love Partner subconsciously reads the subtleties of your body language. In these first crucial moments, he or she can unconsciously resolve to try for romantic takeoff or abort thoughts of love. His or her mind then becomes computer-like, and your PLP continues to make rapid decisions about you during your first conversation, your first date.