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We conducted a large-scale survey, asking 300 men and 400 women (all of whom were in a relationship and who had been brought up by two parents) to tell us their hair and eye colour, as well as that of their partner and their parents.

Your own hair and eye colour, or those of the parent of the same sex, were far less important. In other words, if a man has a blonde, blue-eyed mother, he is quite likely to choose a blonde, blue-eyed partner.

But it's not just our parents' colouring that affects the partners we choose in later life - it's their facial features as well. Researchers at the University of Pecs, Hungary, compared individual photographs of young, married couples with individual photographs of their parents at a similar age to them. 

We've often found that people pick out someone of a similar level of attractiveness to themselves when offered a series of faces to pick from. This appeared to be one of the subconscious 'rules' people used when matching up the couples in this study.

We tend to be attracted to people who resemble our opposite sex parent. This is particularly the case when people have had a good relationship with the parent in question - it seems we want to replicate that good experience in our romantic relationships.

In women, the sex hormone oestrogen
prevents the bone growth we see in men’s faces. The result is that while a
man’s head shape changes a lot as he
goes through puberty, a woman’s head shape stays as it is and retains childlike
proportions — less prominent
brows and jaws, thicker lips, a smaller nose, a smaller head size and large eyes.

An astonishing 95 per cent of men and women decided that feminisation of women’s faces (jawline softer and eyes and lips more pronounced) made them more attractive. This is reflected in the use of make-up. Women apply lipstick and eye make-up to enhance their features.

And foundation and powder give the appearance of a clear complexion — indicating
good health, which is seen as attractive. In our studies, we subtly manipulated facial skin colour and texture in photographs of faces, creating identical faces that were either high or low in skin health.

3. Girls love to be surprised especially during important occasions. Yes boyfriends might buy her some gifts but that doesn’t mean she just loves the material things that come with the relationship. It just means you remember her.

4. Girls like it when guys ask advice from them. This action just shows that you trust her, and that she’s someone you can count on to. She loves to talk and by asking her, she’d feel that her opinion matters to you.

14. Say something sweet, she likes it. This is one of the best things that you guys should always remember doing, as often as you could especially when she’s not in the mood. A little appreciation about how good she is looking in your date and when she smells great is something that would put a smile on her face even just for a while and would soon ease the tensions within her.

17. If a guy remembers something important for a girl that she said once in a conversation, and you bring it up later, it makes that girls feel special. It means that you are truly listening to her. Girls are big in conversation.

20. Girls love to be stared at sometimes. Looking straight in her eyes tells something, this melts her heart especially when she is attracted to you. But make sure you really know this girl, or you are in a deeper level of a relationship. This can go from romantic to creepy in no time. In depends on the situation.

27. Walk her home after a date, she wants to feel safe. Even if girls do not say it, they want to be walked safely to their homes. Doing this as a gentleman would be a very big thing, especially for girls who just observing you if you can really take care of them.

30. Girls love special things especially when it’s given as a surprise. Do something special for her sometimes. Doing something like giving her flowers and stuff toys just for no reason would make her day very important and worth remembering. Making girls feel exceptional would make them feel good about themselves as and will take away some of their insecurities as well.

33. Girls don’t like to like guys that aren’t over their ex-girlfriends. It means that, you are just having her as a rebound. Make sure you are over from your past relationship before dating. You don’t want to carry all those baggage around.

The fact of the matter is, your boyfriend thinks you’re beautiful no matter what. However, you may be in the mood to spice up your look and just to try something different to make your special man see your beauty in a new light. If you want to look beautiful for your boyfriend, then you have to take care of your outward appearance as well as your attitude.

Se has a wife and rena, What the hell are you thinking! Don’t run after a married man. He has a wife and 2 children! Come on..that is wrong. Get your head on straight. He doesn’t want you for keeps.

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Men look at other women and it’s perfectly normal. However, many women feel uncomfortable and start fuming (read: steam billowing out of their ears) when they see their lover eye-balling a younger woman wearing a tight dress or bust them looking at the most ridiculously-themed porn. Have you seen some of that stuff? It’s seriously hilarious and I know you know what I’m talking about.

1. See it for what it is.
I think that the base cause of the feelings of discomfort for women when their partners look at other ladies can be insecurity and it’s really a pointless waste of your precious energy. From personal experience I can honestly say there have been times that my blood wanted to boil when I caught my partner mentally undressing a random woman in a restaurant, supermarket or in the post office. But the biological essence of the situation is that it means nothing. Literally nothing. It’s a fleeting surge that happens within the mind of the man and doesn’t mean he’s going to spontaneously sweep the attractive stranger off her feet and run away with her.

2. Jealousy is not very pretty.
Some men are better than others when it comes to taking a sneaky peek at a hottie. I know if I was a man I’d be pretty good at it I think. I’m pretty good at it now when I check out a man I find attractive.

The key point to remember here is that it’s about feeling worthy within yourself and not letting jealously rattle your cage. By comparing yourself to the woman you bust your partner looking at can be really upsetting and damaging to your
self-esteem if you let it.

3. Transform your fear into trust.
Just remember that it’s not an opportunity to question the special nature of your relationship or question your own unique attractiveness. Fear always attracts more fear so make sure that you approach any issues that make you feel
awkward with a sense of calm when you feel it’s necessary to discuss this with your partner.

4. Invite your partner to channel the sexual energy towards you.
I opened a discussion to my boyfriend recently about this tpic as he felt slightly uncomfortable expressing to me that he indeed feels attracted to other women. I told him that this falls into the category of his own private conversation with the Universe and I don’t need to know everything. I also told him that the way I intend to view the situation is that I’m the lucky lady that gets to have all of that energy channelled into me (if you catch my drift) in the privacy and sanctity of our relationship.

5. Allow yourself to shine.
I’ve spent way too much of my life not feeling worthy and choosing to get grumpy over stupid, insignificant stuff. But I’m choosing NOW to be the best time ever to celebrate my own sexiness, my own beauty and my own ability to intend that I feel secure in all situations that arise. The key is alignment and moving away from fear based sense of false competition to allow the essence of our glorious expression as women to shine!

Sarah Prout is a bestselling author, co-founder of the Adventures In Manifesting series, entrepreneur, publisher and mumma of 2 little darlings. She reaches over 55,000 followers in over 24 countries around the globe with heartfelt, vibrant and empowering advice about love, business and style. Visit: SarahProut.com .

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You are the only one aware of his secret, and while it isn’t a normal thing, it has become somewhat “normal” in your eyes. Unless, perhaps… the reason for that is because you’ve become abnormal as well…!?

The first character (pictured below) is 一色晴基 (Isshiki Haruki), who is 28 years old and a businessman who works at a cosmetics company. He is your superior at work, and is strict towards himself and others, constantly striving for perfection. During his childhood, while he was staying at his grandparents’ house, he once played a game of hide-and-seek with his male cousin that led to him being locked in a shed overnight. That incident became a traumatic event for him, and is the source of his nyctophobia (phobia of the dark).

“What the fuck? What the fuck ?” he asks, not even looking at Steve now, just pulling his hair as he run towards the car. “That’s my car ,” he says, voice cracking as he looks at the large, hairy penis Steve has drawn on the window.

“It is ,” he says. He looks like he’s going to cry. “My ex-boyfriend stole it two months ago, and then I got a call from a friend saying that it’s here, and now you’re drawing a dick on the window .”

It makes sense — the guy who he’s seen coming and going from the Prius doesn’t look like this guy. “Tall? Swarmy-looking? Doesn’t seem like he would drive a Prius?” Steve asks.

Steve looks at the window, then at the guy, then back to his house. “My roommate, her name is Peggy.” The guy looks at Steve like he can’t believe the non-sequitur he’s saying. “She’s a lawyer.”

Steve can’t help but laugh. The guy doesn’t even bother glaring at him — he just slumps. “I think that she’d be willing to help you out. Or, I can convince her, at least. Since I think I probably owe you one because of…” He gestures to his drawing on the window.

Relationship research is always moving forward, and this post—the first and most popular at Love Science—is updated per new data from paramount Lost Lovers researcher  Dr. Nancy Kalish .   Fascinating new details are here, but they only strengthen the core message:  Unless you’re single, divorced or widowed—don’t look up that old flame on Facebook.   

  In her book Lost & Found Lovers: Facts and Fantasies of Rekindled Romance , Kalish reveals that 76% of pre-internet and 78% of first-love re-connections in Phase 1 culminated in happy marriages—sex beyond compare, highs that seem to last forever, baby-talk that ruins other people’s digestion.  Their later divorce rate is under 2%!  Talk about a path to wedded bliss. 

What Happened?!?  Technology collided with marital status and Good Intentions.   Over 2/3 of Phase 1, pre-internet folks were SINGLE and thus available when they asked friends and family for so-and-so’s phone number; it’s a bit daunting to intentionally find an old flame if you’re still wed and you’ve got to ask her daddy for her digits.  On the other hand, as Kalish wrote to me, by the mid-2000’s, “People were just surfing the internet, and what could be the harm of sending an email?  It’s private, and seems safe.”

Except that if you’re married—as 2/3 of the Phase 2 interviewees were when they hit “send”—the road to hell really is paved with Good Intentions.  Affairs are the *normal* result of these reconnections; 62% of the married folks wound up having an affair…yet they didn’t begin the contact with any such plan. 

And what then?  Partly because both parties rarely exit existing marriages, the most common endings are zero contact with the former lover, or a continued sexual affair.  Emotional aftermath includes fractured, confused lives…lives that were rolling along just fine until an innocent email derailed their stability.     

Flatly put: It’s dangerous to reconnect with an old flame, even—perhaps particularly—if you are happily married and are merely curious about how things turned out for your first love; and it’s foolhardy to casually encourage your spouse to look up their former sweetie. Social networking sites make it simple to follow an idle curiosity about how so-and-so is doing, and Facebook is invaluable for reconnecting. But it would appear that there are wise limits for friending.  

@Monica, Yes, you're right--it definitely matters what the connection was like the first time around. Just about everyone has people from the past whom they cared about or even loved, but most of those folks would not pose a threat to a marriage. Kalish's research primarily deals with people who fit a very particular profile...you can see it here at another Love Science column called "When First Love Is True Love":http://www.lovesciencemedia.com/love-science-media/when-first-love-is-true-love-re-igniting-the-old-flame.html?SSScrollPosition=368

Basically, about 1/4 of adults in Kalish's study--and perhaps across America and other Westernized nations, given her data set's extensiveness-- have a Lost Lover who fits the profile for both of these Love Science articles: Someone we loved when very young (usually under age 17; under 22 the vast marjority of the time), from whom we were separated for reasons *other than* incompatibility. Very common reasons for separation are parental interference (#1 reason), or a military or other move. Basically, these are Interrupted Loves that were between two young, compatible people. They weren't puppy loves--just real love, really young.

 

 

 

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