1. When two people talk about their hate for each other, it brings them closer.
Have you ever noticed that gossip is usually strongest around friends focused on another person? That feeling of hatred shared over a specific subject usually attracts pairs. Ever heard the phrase, "the enemy of my enemy is my friend." If not, the basic premise is that when two people share a mutual dislike of another person, then those two people will likely share a closer bond.
2. Good relationships are for a longer life than exercise.
People with satisfying relationships with family, friends, and community are happier, have fewer health problems, and live longer.Photo by vjapratama
3. Love develops in phases of intensity. The first phase is being obsessed with your partner.
The first relationship stage is the Merge, aka the honeymoon phase. It is the initial, sweeping romance that often consumes a couple. When we first get together, including an all-consuming joy in the presence of our partner and insatiable, passionate sex. People in this relationship stage often feel that they have found their "perfect match," someone who is very similar and compatible with them. They think they always want to be together, and boundaries often melt away. The two seem to merge, or at least feel eager to do so.
4. A pleasant body odor is as attractive as having good looks for your partner.
Studies have shown that body odor strongly correlates with attraction in heterosexual females. The women in one study ranked body odor as more critical for interest than "looks." Humans may not simply depend on visual and verbal senses to be attracted to a possible partner/mate.
5. When you genuinely care for someone, their mood can affect yours.
Psychology says that when a guy genuinely cares for their wife, Her lousy mood can affect him.
Moods are contagious. For example, your partner is down, so you become down.
6. People in Love have fewer health issues & visit hospitals fewer times than usual.
Besides the physical health benefits, being in Love works wonders for your mental health. Love, marriage, and overall well-being reduce stress, strengthening your immune system.
7. Men are more likely to believe in love at first sight as they are visually oriented.
Men tend to fall in Love at first sight more than women due to their physical attractiveness. A man can fall in Love at first sight because the more he looks at a woman for the first time, the more he will be interested in her.
8. When a girl likes a guy, she'll look away.
If she's into you, you will catch her staring at you when she assumes you don't notice. If you see her looking at you and she quickly glances the other way, she might be into you but shy about it. If she's attracted to you, she will keep looking at you consciously or subconsciously.
9. When a guy likes a girl, he'll look her in the eye.
When a man feels attracted to someone, he usually makes eye contact. This eye contact lasts longer than usual and often turns into an interested gaze. This prolonged eye contact is a sign that there may be feelings of attraction.
"Take my hand, my Love & my soul because it's meant for you."