The reputable psychological journal Psychology Today, delves into a topic that many people would describe as inexplicable and not logical: the idea of falling in love. It tries to break it down logically and explore what types of circumstances, conditions, and realities tie into what makes people fall in love. Some of these explanations / reasons revolve around one or both partner’s openness or “vulnerability” to falling in love, introducing the idea of someone having to be “willing to fall in love.” It goes on to describe the phenomenon of falling in love as not really a process sparked by a specific person, but a mindset that befalls us, causing us to not be too seelective about a partner, and therefore makes us more vulnerable to falling in love.
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The Logic of Falling in Love