Psychology Says, Ask These Questions To Make Anyone Fall In Love With You!
It is not easy to make anyone fall in love with you, you might love someone but it is harder to make them love you back. But according to psychology, you can make anyone fall in with love you if you two know each other well. Yes, a psychologist has proved this in his recent research that by asking certain questions you can make anyone fall in love with you.
Even, we all believe that the best way to fall in love with someone is to get to know them.
Here we will tell you that, according to psychology how you can make anyone fall in love with you by asking some questions.
Arthur Aron is a UC Berkeley graduate who studied psychology. He fell in love with his fellow student. Later, while observing his own story, he realized that the quality of a human relationship is the biggest predictor of happiness.
According to Aron, the quality of a human relationship is more important than the wealth, fame or any other thing. He has done lots of research and finally through his recent research, on human psychology he has proved that if you ask following thirty-six questions to somebody, these can help two people feel closer to each other.
Also, according to psychology, if you are searching for a life partner, there are chances that these questions will help you to find a better one and make them fall in love with you.
- Given the choice of anybody in the world, who would you want as your dinner guest?
- Do you want like to be famous? In what way?
- Before calling someone, do you ever rehearse what you’re going to say? Why?
- What would make the ‘perfect’ day for you?
- When was the last time you sang to yourself or someone else?
- If you could live to the age of ninety and retain either the mind or body of a thirty-year-old for the last six years of your life, which one would you want?
- Do you have a secret hunch regarding the way you’ll die?
- Name three things you and your partner have in common.
- What is the one thing that makes you feel grateful?
- If you were able to change anything about the way you were raised, what would that be?
- Take five minutes to tell your partner your life story in as much detail as possible.
- If you were able to wake up tomorrow having gained any quality or ability, what would that be?
- If a crystal ball could say the truth about you, your life, the future or anything, what would you choose to know?
- Is there something that you have dreamed of doing for a long time and why haven’t you done it yet?
- What’s your greatest accomplishment?
- What do you value most in your friendships?
- What’s your most treasured memory?
- What’s your most terrible memory?
- If someone told you that in one year from now you would die suddenly, would you change something about the way you’re now living?
- What does friendship mean to you?
- How important are love and affection for you?
- Share five things you consider as positive characteristics of your partner.
- How close is your family? Do you believe that your childhood was happier than that of most other people?
- How is your relationship with your mother?
- Make three true ‘we’ statements. For example, ‘We’re both in this room feeling _______.’
- Complete this sentence: “I wish I had someone with whom I could share _______.”
- If you were to become a close friend with your partner, what would be important for them to know?
- Tell your partner what you love about them; be honest this time and say things that you might not say to somebody you’ve just met.
- Share an embarrassing moment in your life with your partner.
- When did you last cry in front of another person? By yourself?
- Tell your partner something that you like about them already.
- What, if anything, is too serious to be joked about?
- If you were about to die this evening with no chance of communicating with anybody, what would you regret not having told somebody? Why haven’t you told them yet?
- Your house catches fire. After saving your loved ones, you have time to make a final dash to save any one item safely. What would it be and why?
- Of all the people in your family, whose death would you find most disturbing? Why?
- Share a personal problem. Ask your partner’s advice on how they would handle it. Also, ask them to reflect back to you how you appear to be feeling about that problem.
So, ask these question and make somebody fall in love with you.