Posts from The Science of Love
Paying attention to subtle body language cues may help you know if someone likes you. Find out more.
In most relationships, there will come a point after you’ve been dating a little while when you think your relationship should be taken to the next level. But does it matter how long you wait to get your partner in the sack? Read here to find out.
Imagine this scenario: You’re in a bar with your significant other, and someone comes along and spills a drink on you. Do you: a) hope your partner will beat this person to a bloody pulp for their rudeness (aggressive), b) not say anything (passive) or c) a reaction that falls somewhere between A and B [...]
A recent study looked at the desires people experienced in a given week, and how resisting temptation might cause more harm than good. Read on.
Shoes are one of the most expensive and important pieces of clothing you put on every day. But what kind of message are you sending out with your choice in footwear? Read here to find out.
Have you ever found yourself suddenly not wanting something once you finally got it?
Everyone is looking for someone who understands them and is responsive to their needs. But is that necessarily true when looking at potential dates? Read here to find out more and how to apply this valuable advice to your dating life.
A coy smile, a lean in, a light touch on the arm – these can be signals that someone is into you. But what happens when you are separated by cyberspace and can’t see or touch the other person? How can you tell when the other person is flirting?
Have you ever thought someone was perfect for you one day and then completely bad for you the next? Believe it or not, it could be your own body that’s causing the confusion. Read on to find out how ovulation impacts a woman’s perception of men.
We all know similar personalities between two people is the strongest basis for a romantic relationship. But what other similarities can affect our relationships? Read here to explore the importance of similarity in language use.