11 ways to predict falling in love, according to science

Many people try to find love by carefully combing other people's profiles on Internet pages, be it dating sites or social networks. They try to assess the chances of a relationship by summing up habits, temperament properties and other personality traits. However, even if a person eventually finds, so to speak, the other half, this is not at all because he calculated everything so well.

It is well known that love is unpredictable. But this does not stop the ubiquitous scientists, and they scrupulously and methodically try to figure out why we love some and remain completely indifferent to others.

Independent research has shown that long-term relationships based on mutual sympathy and romantic love are more likely to occur when the qualities that give rise to attractiveness in general are especially strong, and in addition, there are certain social factors and circumstances that cause passion.

Here are 11 signs that collectively indicate who you are most likely to fall head over heels in love with:

Similarity

Love comes when you have the same values ​​and beliefs, as well as if you have similar personality traits and ways of thinking.

Acquaintance

The longer you know each other, the more prospects you have for a long-term relationship. For example, if you grew up in the same yard, lived in the neighborhood, walked in the same company.

Desired characteristics

You are more likely to fall in love with someone you consider your ideal, both externally and in character. Because then we feel the inner satisfaction that we have found exactly what we were looking for.

Mutual sympathy

When you know that you like a person, you also start to like him more.

Public influence

Generally accepted social norms, whatever one may say, contribute to falling in love. If people around you think you are the perfect match, you are more likely to have a strong and lasting relationship. If many consider your union unacceptable (due to the difference in age, nationality, religion, social status, etc.), this will complicate the relationship and may lead to their breakup, no matter how hard you try to keep them.

Meeting the needs

Of course, you are attracted to someone who can fulfill your needs for companionship, love, sex, or starting a family.

Unusual setting

Staying in an unusual or intriguing environment can evoke passion, even if that environment appears to you as dangerous or intimidating.

Noteworthy

A trait in another person can make you particularly attracted to; for example, you may be attracted to beautiful hair, well-muscled body, or certain facial features.

Relationship readiness

The more you want to be in a relationship, the less you are "naughty" (demand that everything be your way) and, the likelihood that you will fall in love increases.

Isolation from other people

If you spend a lot of time alone with another person, then passion can flare up between you.

Mysteriousness

If you have something special that binds you, is attracted to each other, as well as uncertainty about what the other person thinks or feels, or thoughts about whether there will be a relationship between you, can also help fuel passion.

It is clear that many of the factors that determine whether a romantic relationship develops between people are accidental or the result of how people behave in courtship and communication with each other.

While modern technology can determine if people are right for each other, considering not only their personal traits, but also specific life circumstances, no "machine" method can teach us the skills necessary to maintain great relationships. These kinds of relationship skills are acquired through years of practice, experience and dedication.