Are you head over heels for someone and wondering if they feel the same way about you? Have they not yet uttered those three magic words, leaving you eager to know what’s holding them back? If you’re seeking ways to boost the likelihood of love in your future, you’re in luck. In this article, we will uncover six psychological secrets that can make anyone fall deeply in love with you. So, let’s dive in and discover the secrets to capturing someone’s heart.
1. Make Good Eye Contact
I went on a first date with someone I had met online. When we met in person, I was immediately struck by how attractive they were. As we sat across from each other at the cafe, I found myself frequently gazing into their eyes as we spoke. Their eyes were such a beautiful shade of green that I felt almost hypnotized. At one point, our eyes locked and we stared at each other for what felt like minutes but was probably just seconds. I could feel my heart racing faster. There was an undeniable connection in that moment. After the date, they told me that they felt the same spark from our eye contact. We’ve been together ever since, and I continue to get lost in their eyes.
Eye contact has a profound impact on our relationships, especially when it comes to matters of the heart. A study conducted by psychologist Zick Rubin revealed that individuals deeply in love tend to spend a significant amount of time gazing into each other’s eyes. In contrast, those who are not in love maintain eye contact for a shorter duration.
To make someone consider their feelings of love for you, try maintaining eye contact with them approximately 75% of the time. The brain remembers these intense moments of eye contact and associates them with feelings of love. This connection triggers the release of phenylethylamine, a chemical commonly known as the “love drug.” Interestingly, phenylethylamine is also found in chocolate, which might explain our love for this delectable treat.
2. Choose a Date Location with Dim Lights
For our third date, we decided to try a new romantic restaurant that had just opened in town. The lighting inside was dim, with most of the light coming from the flickering candles on each table. As we ate and talked, I…