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Love At First Sight

By Margarita Nahapetyan Love at First Sight. Perhaps, it is the most romantic thing that can happen to anyone. It makes people lose their heart and mind within a matter of several seconds. Love is a very strong emotion which, sometimes, is even impossible to control. Love at first sight can happen anywhere, anytime - in a subway, while walking on a street, or seeing a beautiful face from across the room ... People who haven't experien

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Marriage & Relationships as Social Convention

Excerpted from The Future of Love By Daphne Rose Kingma Ours is a marrying culture, and since marriage is our traditional picture of a relationship, if we want to be loved in this culture, sooner or later we have to get married. We don't say this, of course, and we have many actual relationships that are not marriage, but in our hearts we hanker after marriage, and in our society "marriage" is the relationship norm. Given the power of marriage in our culture, if you wan

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Faking Love Can Lead To Actually Falling In Love

By Margarita Nahapetyan If you pretend to be in love with someone and act as if you find them attractive, or otherwise imitate the behaviors associated with being in love, your chances of truly falling in love with that person significantly increase. To this conclusion came British Professor Richard Wiseman, psychologist of the University of Hertfordshire, who published his findings in a new book, titled Rip It Up. Prof Wiseman says t

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Love Is Patient

Excerpted from A Time for Love By Eugene Kennedy The world is full of definitions of love; wise men have tried to get it into words for centuries. But for all the generations of poems and statues, and now balloons and banners, love remains without the last word said about it. It is, above all else, elusive and mysterious. Love is many things but it is not the sum of them; it is easy to recognize and experience but painfully difficult to describe with satisfaction. Love

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Relationship Failure: A Successful Resistance to Differences

Excerpted from The New Intimacy: Discovering the Magic at the Heart of Your Differences By Judith Sherven, Ph.D., James Sniechowski, Ph. D. Many people struggle with resistance to love. Regardless of what they say, they keep making the same choices, keep repeating the same mistakes that keep them stuck. They generally end up explaining their "bad luck" by enlisting fate, "I just haven't met the right one." Or they blame the other gender, "There just aren't any good men

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The Search for a Soulmate

Excerpted from On the Way to the Wedding: Transforming the Love Relationship By Linda Schierse Leonard Ever since I can remember I've longed for a soulmate. I was never particularly interested in marriage itself since my parents' marriage was so terrible. And when I was young I looked down on weddings. To me they were bourgeois, materialistic, nothing but "show." But a soulmate, that "other half," as Plato called it, that one who would make me whole, who would lead me t

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Passion For Opera Compared To Love At First Sight

By Margarita Nahapetyan According to Claudio Benzecry, an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Connecticut, USA, the passion for opera is like love at first sight for its fans. Throughout the three seasons, between the years of 2002 and 2005, Professor Benzecry observed and interviewed many opera devotees who have been attending the Colón Opera House in Buenos Aires on the upper, cheaper floors, and concentrated parti

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Evaluate the Choices You Make for Love

Excerpted from Heart of the Matter; How to Find Love, How to Make it Work By Linda Austin, M.D. I love strolling through neighborhoods to enjoy other peoples' gardens and am often inspired to introduce new plants in my own garden. Several years ago I became enchanted by the roses I saw in a Charleston garden. I bought six bushes home from the nursery, planted them, and waited for a little bit of heaven to bloom in my own backyard. Heaven lasted

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Virtual Dating And Love

By Margarita Nahapetyan With the popularization of personal computers and Internet services all over the world, a growing number of people become more and more involved in on-line love affairs and even on-line marriages. Many of you must have heard different kinds of stories about online dating, which also is known as cyber love, since the rising of the internet. All this became all of a sudden very popular and started affecting our c

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Relationship Buster 1: The Loss of Intimacy

Excerpted from Why Men Fall Out of Love: What Every Woman Needs to Understand By Michael French For most young men, the desire for sex is driven by their testosterone, a fascination with the female anatomy, and a need to be accepted both by a woman and their own peer group. Being "normal" and a fear of being left out drive adolescent behavior and values, but ultimately have little to do with a young man's happiness and deeper self-esteem. In order to avoid the whole str

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Romantic Love Can Last Forever

By Margarita Nahapetyan Romance does not necessarily have to fade away in the long-term relationships and transform into a friendship-type love, according to a new study. Romantic love can last a lifetime and lead to even happier, stronger and healthier relationships. The study's lead researcher, Bianca P. Acevedo, PhD, from the University of California, Santa Barbara, said that many people identify romantic love as passionate love, w

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Creating Love; A New Way of Understanding Our Most Important Relationships

Excerpted from Creating Love; A New Way of Understanding Our Most Important Relationships By John Bradshaw Fifty years ago we entered a new, as yet nameless era. The judges at the Nuremberg trials dealt patriarchy a mortal blow when they ruled that conscience is a higher authority than obedience. Since these trials took place, several significant human rights movements have evidenced the birth of an awakened antipatriarchal consciousness. There have been movements for c

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It Takse Less Than 10 Seconds For Men To Fall In Love

By Margarita Nahapetyan It takes a man less than 10 seconds to fall in love, according to the findings of a brand new research. The scientists claim that the time needed for a man to fall in love at first sight is precisely 8.2 seconds. They say the longer a man rests his gaze on a woman when they meet for the first time, the more attracted he gets to that woman. Besides, if the gaze lasts just 4 seconds, he may not be impressed with her to that extent.

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