Love is a complex and beautiful journey that takes us through highs and lows, growth, and challenges. In the pursuit of meaningful connections, there’s always more to learn and discover. The good news? Falling in love has health benefits.
Let’s dive in and read some fun facts about love and relationships that no one will tell you!
10. Happier People are More Likely to fall in Love
Next up, have you noticed the ones that are high on life, always grinning and jumping around like jackrabbits? Well, guess what? They’re more likely to get bit by the love bug.
Fun fact: you’ll notice some people spend more time in the sun; remember, they are the ones that are the happier ones!
9. The Cause Behind Frequent Break-ups!
Ever wonder why you can’t stay put in relationships and switch partners like channels? Usually, instead of fixing yourselves, you break hearts. You need to know that married couples or people in relationship must learn to make positive changes in themselves for the sake of their relationships!
Remember- frequent break-ups can result in broken heart syndrome!
8. You Don’t Have to Sacrifice Everything to Get Unconditional Love
They say love is blind; I disagree! Here’s a brain-teaser for you: Love isn’t about martyring your needs at the shrine of someone else’s wants. In intense love, moderation fits just right.
Harvard researchers support our stats that have shown that love isn’t about losing yourself; it’s about balancing the scale.
7. Their Happiness is Your Happiness
The thing about love, which some silly romantics forget, is that it isn’t just about your happiness. Oh no, buddy: when you’re in love, your special someone’s smile might as well be the sun.
Do you know what the psychological facts about love tell? In long-term relationships, you’ll find that opposites attract, which leads to another finding: the matching hypothesis. This means that love and happiness are strongly related!
6. Falling in Love Has Positive Effects on Your Mind and Body
Now, here’s my favorite: falling in love compared to taking a dose of cocaine. Apparently, both shoot the same kind of thrill into your brain. Even the smallest things in a relationship are like love potions that affect many aspects of your mind and body, and they show in your body language!
A study has shown that when you’re gazing into your lover’s eyes, brain scans light up like the 4th of July! Isn’t this cute?
5. Perfectionism Can Result in Depression
Aiming for perfection in love is like trying to wear a size two when you’re comfortable with size six. There’s nothing wrong with being a size six! Aiming to be your natural, perfect size is the maternal love we all strive for.
So, you don’t have to be perfect to gain your lover’s attention!
4. It’s Not Lack of Love But Lack of Friendship
Ever feel like something’s missing from a romantic picture? Chances are, it’s not a love deficit, but a friendship deficit. Because true love leads to you dropping some guards and becoming pals with your lover! Let that marinate for a bit.
3. The Power of Touch Develops Bonding
Ever wonder why mama used to hold you so tight or why paps gave you those firm, reassuring pats? Love is not just about feelings; touch has a huge role in it and the love hormone does this job.
A single touch can lower your stress levels, cortisol levels, and produce a rush of adrenaline! Picture it as a lovely spider’s web, the more threads, the stronger it is.
2. Love and Memory Are Strongly Related
Well, one fact that many miss is the link between memory and love. You recollect small details about your partner, like the ring on the fourth finger of the left hand and the day you faced love at first sight! That’s not randomness, buddy! It’s love – pure love.
Get this, the vein of that finger, known as the ‘vena amoris’ in fancy lingo, was once believed to be a ‘symbol of love’, connected directly to the heart. In short, the human body falls in love too! And the aroma of love? Human sweat even changes when you’re in love. Funny, right?
1. Possessiveness is the Fear of Loss
Now for some people, love has a knot tied to ‘possessiveness’. Doesn’t imply they are Inspector Gadget suspecting every move of their mate. They ain’t trying to cage their partners, it’s just they worry about losing them, which means their version of love is different.
It’s all got to do with that old fear of loss, you see.
Seriously Weird Facts You Should Know…
Remember when you used to be able to get a random cat fact sent to you every day? Or when you could text services like Ask Jeeves or ChaCha and ask for answers or information? An online discussion turned into thousands of people sharing fun, weird facts, and here are a few of my favorites.
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Cassity has had a love of blogging since 2007, when she started her first blog Remodelaholic.com Since then as her interests have grown, and so has her need to share more things that she loves. Tipsaholic was born to share interesting lifestyle, family, kids, travel and financial topics, plus a bunch of stuff in between. I hope you learn some great tips and share them with those you love!