5 Interesting Facts about Love we probably never took note of (Part 1)
Love is that takes over our lives when we meet that special individual that ‘makes small things seem big. When you fall in love with someone, you find it difficult to think about any other thing apart from that person.
It’s not something we are in control of, it’s just something that just happens to us. Now, when this feeling isn’t reciprocated, it causes us to be sad, emotionally anxious and in some severe cases, most people have committed suicide.
The knowledge we don’t have about it probably outweighs what we do know by a significant margin, but we have learned and we have the chance to learn a lot, including the following;
Shopping for love:
I don’t think people go to the market or the store with the idea or intention of leaving with a newfound love interest, but surveys on the subject concluded that 2% of couples who fall in love met at a supermarket.
So if you’re prowling for a new partner, it might not be a bad idea to check out the nearest store or market close to you.
2. Right to choose:
In the olden days, (the days our grandparents climbed several mountains to get to school), most marriages were arranged. They were so arranged that you might even be betrothed to a child in the womb, with respect to its gender.
But with the introduction of Western ways of life, making your choice of partner became a thing. You can now choose your life partner.
3. Beauty and the beholder:
There are many ways we can be attracted to one another, studies have shown that the attractiveness of a person’s face is likely the most important criteria when choosing a partner.
Most of the time, falling in love with someone’s character, attribute, skill and passion can be secondary to their facial feature.
But, of course, people have their various tastes when it comes to attractiveness, so what’s attractive to one person may not be attractive to another.
The act of cuddling someone you love possess the same effect on the brain and nervous system as taking painkillers. Wow!
In fact, Cuddle therapy refers to the use of cuddling to release oxytocin and also facilitate the development of true connection and a secure attachment that some people may have never had in its fullness.
It can really provide a base for health and wellness and happiness. So cuddle more!
5. Love distraction:
Research has concluded that people who are in love are usually less productive people. Its most common with people who are new into a relationship, as this is when feelings are intensified and distraction is aplenty in such life as they tend to use their time and energy in creating a suitable environment for their relationship.
- They are always smiling at their phones
- Texting always
- Smiling like chickens
- singing romantic songs
- Always making annoying unnecessary calls.
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