Every few months, a new study comes out that claims to have unleashed the secrets of human romance. It's a new technique to predict whether a relationship will last, or a new way to revive the spark of passionate love, or a new study that says relationships are doomed. They make great headlines, but a few months later, another study comes along and says the key to love is found somewhere else.
Here's some of the headline-making, occasionally contradictory research on love and relationships that's been bouncing around since last Valentine's Day:
The takeaway? Love is confusing. Let's just all appreciate how awesome chocolate is instead. Because there's no conflicting research about that at all.
Love does not need to be a messy science. Read my revolutionary book LOVEALL available on Kindle or Nook Book by searching under my name. To take the messiness out of love you have to define what love is and that is exactly what this book has done.
Love: v. to sense a high intensity pleasure for a subset(s) one cares about and the behaviors which exist with it
Starting with this definition love is no longer messy but very easy to understand and the book goes into great detail showing the true mechanics of love along with a consideration and explanation for its great emotional intensity. Enjoy!!!!!!