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12 Ways Your Body Knows You Have Found ‘The One’, According To Science

When it comes to looking for your soulmate, your body definitely knows whether or not you have finally found The One! Unbelievable, isn’t it?

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Do we actually get any hints from our bodies when we meet ‘the one’?

Science tells us, the body knows it all!

The cliche of getting butterflies in your stomach when you find Mr. Right may not be far from fact.  In fact, your mind isn’t the only part of your body that signals you about ‘the knight in shinning armor’. 

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However obsessed we become about a person, their thoughts rushing in our mind day in and day out, once we meet the tangible person, things will definitely look different.

If his/ her touch isn’t feeling pleasurable, lets not ignore it.

Our bodies are capable of sensing subtle hints we get from the other person’s physical contacts, more efficiently than we are ready to give it credits for.

While the intoxicating high of the sexual connection you are feeling will keep you blinded from reasoning out whether the one you are eyeing is the perfect person for you or not, our bodies are performing its duty of signaling us to stay or leave.

So, How Do You Know That Your Body Knows “The One”?

1. Warmth

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When you are around him/her, you almost feel like you are basking in the sun.

You are not only radiating a beautiful glow, when you are around him/her, but also absorbing the warmth of his presence.

If the person you are dating makes you feel cold, distant, and closed off, it’s time you say goodbye.

 2. Optimism

Optimism is an attitude of living life.

Nothing is as crucial as a positive outlook towards life and nobody has the right to take away that ability from you.

A person who drains you of your constructive energy and instigates negative responses from you in the form of self-growth inhibitory emotions – anger, jealousy, envy, resentment, vengeance, and hatred in you, you must stay away from him/her.

Related: Modern Dating Culture: 5 Tips on How to Find ‘The One’

3. Motivated

If someone instills in you the overwhelming feeling of motivation and positive outlook to life, he will be a keeper. If all of these behaviors make you feel like he is trying to pull you down or is asking you to slow down your game, you need to show him the door.

Your partner is to make you feel zealous and all flowing with energy to achieve heights in life and not make you doubt yourself.

4. Be yourself

You not only feel comfortable to emotionally connect to him/her but also physically feel relaxed. Your body posture is open and at ease. You also feel calm and soothing in his presence. This sense of comfort comes from the unconditional acceptance your partner provides you.

If you feel threatened, insecure, and criticized by your partner, he/she is definitely not worth your love.

Your Body Knows The One

5. Scent

The sense of smell is the strongest of all our senses. If his/her natural smell makes you go weak in the knees, then even the biological aspect of your being is hinting genuine attraction.

Lindsey Bordone, M.D., assistant professor of dermatology at Columbia University Medical Center said “Humans don’t have a functioning ‘vomeronasal organ’,” she says, “which is what other animals use to detect pheromones secreted by another animal of the same species. Instead, we sense smells via the olfactory system. Perceivable smells likely do play a role in attraction, or lack of attraction, in people.”

6. Healthy

If the person you are dating is helping you make healthy changes in lifestyles, then he is a keeper.

The person is motivating you to take steps towards a healthier diet, doing exercises, and taking proper meals at appropriate times, then the person is undoubtedly investing in you.

7. Intuition

Indeed intuition has saved us a lot of times.

Though it might not seem scientific enough to many people but its existence is approved by a number of scientists.

A team of researchers from the University of New South Wales has come up with a novel technique demonstrating just how much unconscious intuition can inform and even improve our decision-making.  

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Marina Felicita

Wonderful article!thanks

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