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Who Falls In Love Faster: Men Or Women?

Bored out of their minds, a group of psychologists from Borough of Manhattan Community College decided to see if men and women experience infatuation in the same way or if one gender falls in love somewhat faster. It turns out that there is a winner in this pointless race, and it's... Continue reading to learn more!

These specialists have found four distinct characteristics that have an impact on how men and women perceive love. Despite the widely held belief that women are the weaker sex, it has been discovered that males fall in love significantly more quickly than women. This is due to the fact that women are genetically hard-coded to protect themselves and their kids on a subconscious level, which means that in general, ladies spend more time browsing the items and don't hurry in with the purchase, carefully selecting the object of their devotion. Men, on the other hand, are guided by a limited range of genetic criteria, making it easier for them to fall in love.

It was also discovered that most males are desperate enough to express their sentiments first. The bored psychologists also point out that, while women are less likely to utter "I love you" first, once they do, they can't be silenced. This is largely due to the fact that these hallowed words are much more important to women, who will spend days, weeks, or even years contemplating and analyzing the right time to speak them aloud. Many relationships have been ruined as a result of this delay, so girls, just say it, okay?

Another intriguing fact to consider is that men are considerably more easily enchanted by their potential love lovers and are more likely to fall in love with them. The researchers at Texas Tech University concluded that when women fall in love, they do everything they can to keep the relationship alive, but males are presumably only searching for a place to sleep for the night. Men can afford to fall in love more often since they don't care as much, according to these researchers.

Finally, our favorite psychologists discovered that women pay less attention to the attractiveness of their partners than men. For women, a man's personal attributes and deeds are more essential than the color of his eyeliner. Over a buff boy-toy, they will pick a kind, powerful, generous, and attentive man who is ready to help them. At least, that's what the research claims, but I'm not convinced.

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