The 4 Elements Needed to Fall in Love…

  1. Good First Impressions & Setting off Our Imprints: Sun
    This may include the possible triggering of lust. Lust may be triggered by emotional and visceral reactions to a
    specific stimulus.

    Like what? It can be a whiff
    of her perfume, the boyish way he says hello, or the adorable way she wrinkles
    her nose when she laughs. It could even be an innocuous article of clothing. Why do these seemingly
    meaningless stimuli kick-start love? Where do they come from?
    There is strong evidence that we fall prey to an sexual imprinting that occurs early in life. These imprints are set in our
    brains when we encounter different people in early life. Some imprints may
    relate to our family members, childhood friends, teachers or even chance
    encounters. Later in life, when one of these imprints is triggered by someone
    with a similar appearance or behaviour to the imprint, this stimulus sets off
    the imprint. When the imprint is set off, the response is a flood of the chemical phenylethylamine rushing around your body, giving feelings of lust.

  2. Left hug Similar Character & Complementary Needs:Right hug
    a.) Similarity:
    For compatibility some similarity is essential to allow us to live side-by-side in harmony.
    It allows you to do activities together that you both enjoy.
    Similarity we see in others makes us feel good because it strengthens our confidence in our own character.
    b.) Complementary Needs:
    Too
    much
    similarity can be dull. Plus, we need somebody to make up
    for our lacks.

  3. Money Equity!
    Science tells us, tried and
    true market principles apply to love relationships. Lovers unconsciously
    calculate the other person’s
    comparable worth, the cost-benefit ratio of the relationship, the hidden costs, the maintenance fee, and the assumed depreciation. Then they ask themselves, "Is this the best offer I can
    get?" Everybody has a big scorecard locked away in their heart. Everyone
    wants a good deal deep down.

  4. Ego Thinking
    People fall in love with
    people in whose eyes they behold the most ideal reflections of themselves.
    People also fall in love with people who make them feel good, whether that entails making them feel like the person is bringing out the best in them, or whether it entails making them feel beautiful/ handsome, charming, successful, and generally makes them feel that their strengths are acknowledged and appreciated.
    Everyone hungers for validation at some level. At the most obvious level this is given in the form of compliments.


– Leil Lowdnes



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