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How do you know if you’re really in love? Central to romantic love is obsessive thinking. Night and day you think of “him” or “her”. You can’t think of anything else. You know you’re in love because you basically have someone camping in your head. Source: Chemistry.com, 4/2/13
Want your relationship to survive? Share a chuckle. In the language of love, laughter is key. Reminiscing about inside jokes can give you a bigger boost of satisfaction than recalling a laugh you had on your own, according to a study from Appalachian State University. More importantly, the shared laughter doesn’t have to come from positive circumstances. So go ahead, laugh together about that time you face-planted on the sidewalk or made a major faux pas at a family function.
Source: Men’s Health, 4/2/13
Who’s a safer driver – a man or a woman? It’s the woman. A man is significantly more likely than a woman to drive dangerously and while distracted, which leads to about 80 percent of car crashes according to a new government report.
Source: Prevention, 4/13
Have a big decision to make? Researchers have found that we make our best decisions right after we wake up. Later, we suffer from “decision fatigue” and make the quicker or easier decision, not necessarily the right one.
Source: Mental Floss, 4/2/13
Single people often feel pitied by their married friends. Just not true. A recent survey found that married people think singles have more friends, more sex, lead exciting and interesting social lives, work hard to stay in shape and are more career-minded.
Source: Match.com, 3/27/13