Wednesday, February 11, 2009


Finding True Love Takes 12 Tries

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – According to the science of love, 12 wrongs will eventually lead you to Mr. Right.

Andrew Trees is the author of Decoding Love: Why It Takes Twelve Frogs To Find A Prince, And Other Revelations From The Science Of Attraction (Avery), a book that examines the scientific side of love rather than the fairy tale.

Trees says scientists believe in a mathematical theory called the “Try A Dozen Rule,” where people must date 12 partners before finding their true love.

Although dating by the dozen seems exhausting, Trees says that scientifically, the 13th person will be your closest possible love match, so it’s worth it.

To find partners fast, Trees suggests using the physiological ties between science and love.

For instance, it’s proven that eye contact and persistent smiling helps reel in potential partners in crowded places.

Women can attract men by wearing lipstick, having long or medium-length hair, and a high-pitched voice – all things that trigger a reaction in guys that could make them fall in love.

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