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Love never seems to happen the same way twice and it can be incredibly fickle. Love spells and potions with guaranteed will never be a thing, but there are still a few scientifically-backed things you can do to help nudge something towards falling for you. Worth a shot, right? Listen to them. What makes a good listener?
At the falling in love stage, listening to each other will make you both feel like your feelings and opinions are important, which is part of building a foundation for a strong relationship. Be vulnerable. For a Modern Love column from , a writer tried a scientifically-backed experiment that had two people ask each other 36 questions that become increasingly personal. The questions are deed to be uncomfortable at times and create intimacy that would normally take much longer to develop.
Make eye contact. According to this study, when you look someone directly in the eyes, their body produces a chemical called phenylethylamine that may make the person feel in love. Stay positive. According to one study, smiling makes you look more attractive, more engaging, and more approachable.
Use your body language. There are plenty of nonverbal s that someone is into you , so it makes sense that paying attention to when you are sending these als will help communicate your interest too. Mutual interest is the first step towards love. Wear red. One study found that men who talked with women in red ended up asking more intimate questions than they did of women wearing green. Embrace their passions. A partner is someone you can trust with anything and feel confident they will always support you. Studies have shown that touch can cause a chemical reaction inside us and change how we feel about someone else.
Get your adrenaline pumping. Sick of boring coffee dates? How about ax throwing, a haunted house, or rock climbing? If nothing else, it will be memorable! Play hard to get. No one likes games, but there is still something to be said for maintaining a little bit of mystery—especially in the beginning.
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From eye contact to aloofness, 4 techniques to make him fall in love with you