Are “rhythmic, vocalized, expiratory and involuntary actions” part of your relationship?
I thought about this after receiving the following message.
I look forward to reading your Romantic blog. Thanks for sharing your experience and creative ideas! You often invite your readers to share their thoughts, so I’ve decided to comment on a theme that doesn’t get a lot of airplay in the traditional romance arena, but one that speaks volumes to a lot of us out in the real world. I’m referring to laughter!
I read an article recently that states experts on the matter find that women prefer funny men because their wit reveals an active and healthy brain, which in turn indicates a fine set of underlying genes. That just might be the X factor defined as chemistry for many of us.
So, Robert, please add opportunities for laughter to your list of romantic ideas in the future. I will be interested to see where you go with this thought!
Think of the people you find attractive. Do they laugh easily and often?
Laughter is attractive. It plays an essential role in building strong, healthy relationships by bringing people closer together, creating intimacy.
According to Dr. Robert Provine, from the University of Maryland, laughter:
- Provides powerful, uncensored insights into our unconscious;
- Is a message that we send to other people;
- Is about relationships between people.
Physically, laughter leaves those participating in these “rhythmic, vocalized, expiratory and involuntary actions” feeling good. Laughing together leaves you feeling closer.
Show off those fine genes.
- Laugh at yourself
- Attend a comedy club
- Uncork a pun
- Gawk at first time golfers
- Have a tickle fight
Find a way to laugh with your sweetheart. You’ll feel better, be more attractive, and create more romance.