Love is really an amazing feeling. It can synchronize the heart rhythms of lovers, help them relieve pain, and make them feel happy. And who would have thought that mathematics could help us find all this?

Of course, love is full of unexpected emotions, unexpected developments, and events, and it is difficult to prepare to meet your soulmate. But Hannah Fry’s math explains how to choose the perfect match using a special formula.

We hope that everyone finds love and we are in a hurry to share with you the secret of how to find your soulmate before the age of 35.

Tips for Choosing the Right Partner

Mathematical Formula For Meeting Your Love

Scientists Reveal How to Choose the Perfect Partner Before You Turn 35
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Many relationships have certain patterns. This means that many people behave in the same way. For example, 34% of people wait longer before holding hands than before kissing a loved one.

Patterns allow mathematicians to find formulas that can make you more successful during unpredictable events, such as falling in love and looking for the ideal partner.

This formula works because of something called the ideal stop theory – basically, choosing the right time to act, to achieve the best possible results.

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Imagine that you would like to get married before age 35 and start dating at age 15. According to this mathematical formula, you should not consider anyone for a lifetime relationship during the first 37% of your love life.

But the person who comes after that 37% is your ideal soulmate. If your first relationship is at age 15, you will not start dating a suitable candidate until you are 22 years old.

Of course, this method has risks. Your ideal partner could be in the top 37% and you will have to reject them if you follow the math. Or the next partner after the first 37% may not be much better and you may have to spend your life with them.

But since this formula is used in the wild (for example, by some types of fish), it works and will help increase your chances of finding the perfect match.

Science For Recognizing Your True Love

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The personality of your date can be analyzed based on your punctuality. People who come to meetings on time are more pleasant. They think of others and like to follow a clear plan. And those who arrive earlier are more neurotic, but at the same time, they understand and feel their emotions better.

You can also pay attention to your partner’s shoes. According to research, shoes can tell a lot about a person and their personality. People who wear comfortable shoes are optimistic and willing to help others. And those who prefer ankle boots are afraid of change and can show aggressiveness.

Some More Love Tips From Mathematicians

Scientists Reveal How to Choose the Perfect Partner Before You Turn 35
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Hannah Fry says that if you are looking for love on the internet, it is best not to post your best photos on a dating site. We know it sounds weird, but math explains everything. It turns out that a person whose attractiveness is appreciated by all will be less successful and scare off many candidates.

A person who does not hide their unattractive characteristics and shows vulnerability and variety when it comes to their appearance will be more popular on the site.

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And if you already met your love and married them, then you better stop being silent about your unhappiness. Couples who argue and try to understand problems in their relationship and those who talk about their dissatisfaction and the things that offend them are less likely to get divorced. Improving your marriage and working on it can help you avoid divorce.

Have you met your true love? How did this happen? Tell your story in the comments.

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