Strange symptoms: Why do our eyes twitch? In normal conversation, people not in love look at each other between percent of the time.
Author's advice to find love Look someone in the eye 75 percent of the time and you may be able to trick his brain. The brain remembers the last time someone looked at him like that and it remembers that feelings of love were in the air.
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That triggers a release of phenylethylamine PEAa chemical cousin to amphetamines secreted by the makr system when we first fall in love. Stay focused. Another crucial finding from Rubin's research: couples took longer to look away from one another when a third person ed the conversation.
Keeping the focus on your mate when other people start talking could help trigger more PEA floods into his bloodstream. When you eventually drag your eyes away three or four seconds laterdo it slowly and reluctantly — as though they're attached by warm toffee. If you're too shy to gaze at him, skip the toffee stuff and make like a bouncing ball.
Turn to the other person who's ed the conversation, but let your eyes bounce back to your guy whenever that third person finishes a sentence. That's a kind of "checking-in" gesture to show you're interested in your mate's reaction to what's being said.