How do I win the lottery? How do I time travel? How do I get someone to fall in love with me? These are questions that appear only a genie can answer. Perhaps that's true of the first two, but there are ways to get someone to fall in love with you that you can tackle all on your own. Want to hear the best part about it? According to science, these tricks actually work.
If you've ever been dying to fall in love (and have someone feel the same), you know how painstaking it can be. For me, I've dealt with so many cases of unrequited love that I can't even begin to count them. And, yes, it really sucks. Little did I know over the years of heartache I was enduring, but a lot of research has been done on how to attract someone and what makes someone begin liking someone else. Of course, this isn't quite magic. You aren't going to meet a complete stranger on the street and have them proposing in 30 seconds. However, there are real scientifically-proven ways to make someone more likely to fall for you, and they're really simple to do. Have someone in mind that you're hoping to woo? Let's get to it. Here are five ways to get someone to fall in love with you, according to science:
1. LISTEN, LISTEN, LISTEN
Studies by the University of Nevada and the University of Washington have shown listening to someone is a big part of getting them to fall for you, according to Cosmopolitan. If you're trying to make him or her swoon, just listen to what they say, and actually hear it. Bottom line â we all love talking about ourselves (whether we admit it or not), especially if we think the person listening is genuinely interested in what we're saying. Follow up your listening skills by asking some questions and responding compassionately, according to the outlet. Not only will they scientifically start to have more of an interest in you, this will also give you some great insight into who they are as a person.
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