What makes us fall in love with someone
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20 weird psychological reasons someone might fall in love with you
According to the research, your hormones, interests, and upbringing all help determine who you fall for — and who falls for you. University of St. Andrews psychologist David Perrett and his colleagues found that some people are attracted to folks with the same hair and eye color of their opposite-sex parents, as well as the age range they saw at birth. A University of Southern California study of women who were ovulating suggested that some prefer the smell of T-shirts worn by men with high levels of testosterone. This matched with other hormone-based instincts: Some women also preferred men with a strong jaw line when they were ovulating.
Some might say they fell in love because they felt a connection or some sort of similarity; while some might also say they felt somewhat comfortable being with a specific person. While falling and being in love with someone makes us feel warm and fuzzy , it also has its downsides. If so, why do people still fall in love? Things like physical chemistry, sexual attraction and shared interests may fuel that initial spark, but in my personal and professional experience, I have found that the key factor to both falling and staying in love is compatibility! Compatibility is an often misunderstood concept.
Not needy, but attached. We know that laughter should play a key role in any meaningful relationship, but have you ever thought about how you start to laugh like the people you are in relationships with? You love their laugh so much that it has taken over your own style of laughter. Consider it a form of flattery. You can be out shopping and see a shirt or a pair of underwear that you know your significant other will love.