Kissing is one of those amazing things you'll ever do in this lifetime. Well, if you find someone who kisses back wonderfully that is. Apparently, a really good kiss not only turns you on, it makes you all loved up, makes you want to kiss more, and it could even burn calories!
Despite what Hollywood would like you to believe, falling in love doesn't always involve a cheesy plot before the girl finally ends up with the man of her dreams. In fact, here are some pretty interesting factors that could also influence a person's feelings towards you:
Lying is a fact of life, even when it involves people you're supposed to trust... like your wife. According to a study from Texas A&M University, people admitted to misleading their partner a third of the time. The number dropped to 1 in 10 once they got married, but that still means the person you exchanged vows could be deceiving you on a near-daily basis.
Romantic comedies make us feel good, even if your love life sucks. They make us feel like there is so much hope in life and love, and make us believe in a bunch of poppycock that could construct false expectations of "true love."
Who knew a little nookie could do wonders for your sleeping habits? Saralyn Mark, M.D., associate professor of medicine and OB/GYN at the Yale School of Medicine, explains that all this all has to do with hormone production during intercourse.
Nothing is worse than the first Valentine's Day after a breakup. Seeing all those happy, smiling couples going out to dinner together, holding hands at the park and snuggling up in line at the movies is enough to make a newly single person physically ill. At the very least, feelings of anger, resentment and loneliness are bound to rear their ugly heads. Take heart, though! It doesn't have to be this way. You can take that romantic holiday and turn it into a celebration of love of a different kind — a kind that will cheer you up and make you feel fantastic. Here are three tough-love ways to survive Valentine's Day after a breakup and come out feeling on top of the world.