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When we are actively seeking love, we look for certain traits in a person.
These might include humor, kindness, empathy, intelligence, attractiveness, and so on. It might even hit you at the office printer where Amber from Human Resources shows you a side to her you never knew existed.
You may be skeptical of this fact—particularly if you’ve never even considered buying a romance novel (or watching a chick flick) in your life. And if you are a man who loves women, you had better belly up to the romance bar and get down with your Hallmark self.