Select the Best From the Rest

How To Select Your Best Love Match Available...

Who you choose as your mate/partner/lover to spend your life with will be the most important decision you’ll make towards your future happiness. The time and effort you spend preparing for your critical selection process is practically nothing compared to how you’re going to live your life…so you need to learn how to make the right choice!

How To Narrowly Define The Type Of Person You're Looking For

If you're looking for your perfect partner, doesn't it make sense to first know what you're looking for? One of the first things you need to do is narrowly define the type of person you're looking for.

I've created an easy to use software program based upon 40 characteristics and traits that we look for in a partner, such as kindness, intelligence, sense of humor, appearance, accomplishments, etc.

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How To Rate Your Dates And Compare Them With Your Perfect Prototype Partner

In this article, you’re going to see why you should market yourself like you would your home, or any other item of great value. By doing this, you’ll have more options, more candidates to choose from, you can be more selective, plus you’ll make it happen so much faster.

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How And Why We Are Attracted To Someone (Part I)

Attraction is not a choice -

Our mind and bodies are such finely tuned attraction seeking machines, and it only takes a second to intuitively decide whether a person is physically attractive to us or not.

Attraction is not a choice, and we unconsciously know what we like when we see it. Dr. Helen Fisher, one of the world's most authorities on love and attraction, says this:

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How And Why We Are Attracted To Someone (Part II)

Mere Exposure -

A number of studies have shown that people and rats are more attracted to things they are familiar with. Repeated exposure alone is enough to enhance our attitude towards other things and other people. Social psychologist Dr. Robert Zajonc has conducted numerous experiments demonstrating the effects of 'mere exposure.'

We can use our own experiences to realize the effects of mere exposure. How often are you overwhelmed by a song the first time you hear it? Don't you like it more when you hear it a second, third and fourth time? How about the latest fashion in clothes or cars? Don’t they seem more appealing to you when you see them a second, third and fourth time?

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How And Why We Are Attracted To Someone (Part III)

Social Exposure -

If you want to be noticed by others you wish to attract, you are going to have to make yourself more noticeable. In other words, make yourself visible. So many times I have shy clients who are extremely anxious to meet others, yet they don't want to make themselves more visible.

This goes for social engagements such as parties, weddings, night clubs, dances or any other type of event where many people are gathered. You can usually spot the shy people. They are the ones who are off in the corner hiding under the dim lights. The shy people at parties will be reading, texting on their phones and hiding their faces behind them.

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How And Why We Are Attracted To Someone (Part IV)

Optimum Exposure -

In this article, I’m going to talk about how you can wear out your welcome when you first meet a person you’ll want to get to know better. Knowing when to wind down an encounter or date is very important for keeping it interesting when you first get to know someone.

Optimum exposure can be defined as the maximum amount of time two people can spend together before boredom or discomfort sets in for one or both people. This stage is especially critical in newly forming relationships. Depending upon the compatibility and geography of the couple, the amount of optimum exposure can range from an hour to a month or even longer.

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