Can you fall in love with anyone just by asking 36 questions?

Did you know you can fall in love with anyone just by asking them 36 questions? Mandy Len Catron published an article in the New York Times/Modern love column in January of this year. Her article ” To fall in love with anyone, do this ”  is about psychological study designed to create romantic love in laboratory and her own experience trying this study on herself one night last summer.

The procedure of this experiment is really simple: Two strangers take turns asking each other 36 increasingly personal questions and then they stare into each others eyes without speaking for 4 minutes. In her TED talk you will see some of those questions.

But can you really fall in love with anyone just by asking those 36 questions? Is that real and lasting love? And what’s the difference between falling in love and staying in love?

Watch this great TED talk and hear Mandy Len Carton’s answers on these important questions. After you’ve watched the video, there is a link to the list of questions bellow. You can also visit this post with 10 great inspiring quotes about relationship.


The full list of those 36 questions, can be found here.

If you decided to try this experiment, then choose wisely who is going to be your partner, you just might fall in love with each other. 🙂

Are you already in a relationship? Find out if you have these 6 characteristics of a healthy and strong relationship.

Feel free to share your opinion about this TED talk with us in the comments bellow. We will be happy to hear it!

Fall in love by asking questions

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