Attraction Grows With Time

Attraction Grows With Time Jasbina Ahluwalia asks Dr. Helen Fisher: Have you seen studies with respect to whether attraction can grow over time? You have that first meeting with someone. It’s there or it’s not there. Is that something that can grow? _____   Dr. Helen Fisher It not only can grow, but it does grow. The data we have is elegant. Attraction Grows With Time: Singles In America With Match, I do

Biology of Attraction

Biology of Attraction Jasbina Ahluwalia asks Dr. Helen Fisher: From a biological perspective, why do you think we fall in love with one person rather than another? _____   Dr. Helen Fisher Biology of Attraction: Psychological Perspective We know from a psychological perspective that you tend to fall in love with someone: from the same socioeconomic background general level of intelligence good looks religious and social values   Your childhood certainly plays a

Happiness Attracts The One

Happiness Attracts The One Jasbina Ahluwalia asks Lorii Abela, author of Sexy Secrets to a Juicy Love Life: This is instead of getting attached to an outcome right away. We can get into online situations where we’re communicating via phone or email. We haven’t met someone. It’s almost like a fantasy. We could potentially be projecting things on that person. We can get lulled into thinking that we’re in a relationship. It can

Importance of Looks

Importance of Looks Jasbina Ahluwalia asks Ty Tashiro, author of The Science of Happily Ever After: What Really Matters in the Quest for Enduring Love: You have your pool to choose from. You put restrictors on it. They’re going to overlap. There could be a lot of missed opportunity. Let’s say that someone is single and they have their three wishes. Why is it that people so often put looks and money at

Unpredictable Attraction: Embrace It

Unpredictable Attraction: Embrace It Jasbina Ahluwalia asks Lori Gottlieb – Author of the book Marry Him: The Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough: That’s interesting. During the personal consultations that we conduct as part of our process, we discuss essential needs or must-haves on the one hand and deal-breakers on the other. I typically find it meaningful to probe the underlying “why” behind each must-have and deal-breaker. Perhaps for that reason, the