Hints from Psychology.

If you are hoping to finally be with someone, to start a possible spark with someone, perhaps, to give yourself infinite chance in love if you still haven’t find the one yet, we’ve got you covered. These are one of the few tips from Business Insider to help you with.

1. Be Open

Revealing a part of you to someone else might be easier said than done. But, this might actually help you to be closer to the person you want to have a chance with. A study conducted by Harvard Business School researchers, found that 79% of participants preferred to date a “revealer” or someone willing to share even the most embarrassing moment of their life, compared to “hiders,” who keeps information to themselves.

2. Say ‘Thank you’

Saying ‘thank you’ is a simple act yet it builds a great start. A 2010 study found that people who give thanks to every kind act done by their partner also reported a feeling of deeper connection to him or her. The feeling of being grateful, is in fact, even more important than saying the words itself.

3. Make eye contact.

Staring contest could actually win his or her over. Eye contact can actually lead to intimate relationship according to social psychologist Zick Rubin. Rubin studied 158 college-aged couples back in 1970, and found out that the more eye contact they made, the stronger their bond. Other studies confirmed that even among strangers, staring into each other could increase the feelings of intimacy.

You can never go wrong with these science-backed ways to get someone fall in love with you. Probably not in an instant. But just to help you get started.


No Comments Published: February 21st, 2017

No excuses.

Isn’t it exhausting when you’re partner keep on doing things you’ve wished he/she has stopped doing by now. How could he/she be annoying and adorable all at once? But, let’s be honest in here, there are some habits you’d like them to break. Now.

1. Taking your relationship for granted

Why would you to begin with? No one ever has the right to be in a relationship if you would just take things for granted. You’re being unfair. Go ahead and be single if you’re not quite sure of your feelings. Chances are, your partner deeply cares and loves you. Don’t wait any longer until he/she gets tired of doing things for you. You have to make him/her feel better, too. Always. Maybe, you two are together for such a long time, but it doesn’t mean you’ll stop making him/her feel why you two fell in love in the first place.

2. Second-guessing yourself.

If there’s a time when your significant other do something that bothers you, never second-guess yourself for being upset or hurt. You have all the right to feel what you are feeling inside. However, control your emotions, be respectful, and tell your significant other what you are actually feeling.

3. Comparing your relationship to other lovers.

If your best friend keeps on talking about their recent vacation and all the lavish things her boyfriend could buy, and, you were wondering why this isn’t happening to your relationship, stop. After all, it isn’t about all the material things your partner could provide. You two have different love story only you can understand. What you have is incomparable.

4. Checking how’s your ex.

Why? Just why? Maybe, there are times when you think of your past lover intermittently. But instead of wasting your time stalking your ex, do focus on doing things for yourself. It didn’t work out for some good reasons.

5. Waiting for his/her message or call throughout the day

It is really a good feeling to receive a message from your significant other. But never let it make or break your day. Never pester your partner if he/she isn’t replying yet. A late reply doesn’t mean your partner is no longer into you. Your significant other is probably busy doing something that you would be proud of.

What do you think? We’d love to hear from you!

No Comments Published: February 21st, 2017