Falling in love

UK woman confesses she is 'head over heels in love' with Statue of Liberty

London, Mar 5 (ANI): A UK woman, who suffers from an unusual condition called objectum sexuality whereby she falls in love with inanimate objects instead of people, has professed her undying love for the Statue of Liberty.

Dating site believes that couples who look-alike find perfect love

Washington, Mar 25 (ANI): A newly launched dating site has insisted that people are more likely to find love if their facial features are similar to their partners.

Are you in Love Quiz - Find out if you've Fallen for Someone!

Take this quiz and find out if you've fallen in love with someone!

Men say 'I love you' much quicker than women

London, Nov 15 (ANI): Men are quicker to say ''I love you'' to their partners than women, says a new study.

How to Tell if a Guy Likes you - Signs That He is Interested in you

Are you having sleepless nights worrying that a guy whom you would like to know better does not feel the same about you? Guys can often seems fickle and flirtatious or silent and disinterested when in fact they like you more than other girls. So if you want to read your man correctly and find out if he really likes you, go through the following points. You will be able to find out what he really thinks of you and if he is interested in getting to know you better.

10 Qualities Women Look for in a Man

Well, here’s the deal – no two women are alike. For every Veronica, there’s a Betty, and for every Rachael, there’ll always be a Monica (with snatches of the oddball Phoebe thrown in). However, beneath the myriad shades of moods, temperaments, whims and fancies that set them apart, there runs a common strand that joins the whole lot of women. At the end of the day, all women crave more or less the same qualities in men.

Love not enough to make a marriage work

London, July 25 (ANI): Love has no major role to play in keeping couples together. In fact, the chances of a couple staying together are affected by age, previous relationships – and smoking. That’s the conclusion of a new study, which was conducted by researchers at the Australian National University. To reach the conclusion, boffins spent six years monitoring 2,500 couples who were married or living together, reports The Daily Express.

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