By doing things that rekindle those exciting feelings, love can be restored: …if partners experience excitement from other sources (such as novel and challenging activities) in a shared context, this shared experience can reignite relationship passion by associating the excitement with the relationship. Earl Naumann, author of Love at First Sight, interviewed and surveyed 1500 individuals of all races, religions, and backgrounds across America, and concluded that love at first sight is not a rare experience. Naumann theorizes that if you believe in love at first sight, there’s a roughly 60 percent chance it will happen to you. Not so long ago, images of a young girl washed over the Internet.She was impossibly blonde and impossibly shaped, and surely it was all a masterly work of Photoshop. Michael Idov travels to meet with Eastern Bloc Barbie herself and discovers that her world is far more bizarre and twisted than anything in the photos Welcome to the Argentinian capitol, where if there's anything fairer than the winds—it's the ladies.By way of introduction, we offer you some sun-soaked snapshots from last Saturday's PM Open Air Music festival, a 12-hour celebration of music, food trucks, and dancing.
Feeling excited, stimulated and aroused is often associated with the people around us, even if they’re not the cause.That said, don’t get so nervous about your words that you can’t speak…When a woman is very attracted to a man, whether his pickup line is good or not doesn’t matter at all.Humor is attractive to men and women — but not in the same way.The research shows women like men who make them laugh, and men like women who laugh at their jokes.Via Richard Wiseman’s excellent book 59 Seconds: Change Your Life in Under a Minute: As a result of the interviews, the researchers speculated that the best strategy would be to give a potential date the impression that in general you were hard to get (and therefore a scarce resource worth having) but really enthusiastic about him or her specifically.They tested this notion by using some of the same techniques…“If you ask people about their experience of falling in love, over 90 percent will say that a major factor was discovering that the other person liked them,” according to Dr. This idea is affirmed by studying the effectiveness of “playing hard to get.” What’s the best way to play that game?Establish that you’re hard to get in general — but very enthusiastic about the person you’re with.Via Mating Intelligence Unleashed: The Role of the Mind in Sex, Dating, and Love: Recent research suggests that while both men and women say they like a “good sense of humor” in a potential mate, they differ in what they mean by this phrase.Women tend to prefer men who make them laugh, whereas men tend to prefer women who laugh at their jokes.