Anyone? Yes, Practically Anyone. I don’t get it.. I’m attractive, smart, sensitive, accomplished. Why doesn’t he or she flip for me? Why can’t I find love?” How many times have you beat your fists on the pillow asking yourself tins question?
You open this book skeptically, yet harboring hope, for the solution. You read the title: How to Make Anyone Fall in Love with You.
“That’s a mighty big promise,” you say. Indeed, it is. But the promise of this book is yours if you are willing to follow a scientifically sound plan to captur e the heart of a Potential Love Partner.
Why, when history is strewn with broken hearts, do we now claim the means to make someone fall in love with us? Because, after centuries of resistance, science is finally unraveling what romantic love actually is, what triggers it, what kills it, and what makes it last.
Just as ancient tribesmen saw an eclipse and thought it was black magic, we looked at love and drought it was enchantment. Sometimes, especially during those first blissful moments when we want to stop strangers on tire street and cry out, “I’m in love!” it may feel like enchantment, but, as we enter the 21st century, we are discovering that love is a definable and calculable blend of chemistry, biology, and psychology. (And, well, maybe a little black magic thrown in.)
As science sets sail in previously unknown seas, we are at last beginning to understand tire rudiments of that “most insane, most delusive, and most transient of passions,” as George Bernard Shaw described love. And what makes people want to stay in that “excited, abnormal, and exhausting condition continuously until death do them part”?
The question, and the quandary, of “Precisely what is love?” is not new. It is one that has been given serious consideration throughout tire ages by cerebral heavyweights like Plato, Sigmund Freud, and Charlie Brown.
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