These 36 questions can make two people fall in love.

So, are you the type who hopes to find the love of your life or don't you believe each person has the famous "pot lid"? If your relationship expectations are more romantic, be aware that a list of questions that promise to make two people fall in love with each other is circulating around. Magic or science?

The idea itself sounds pretty bizarre, we know, but these questions were made by psychologist Arthur Aron in an experiment done in 1997. Twenty years later, the test is being studied again, now by the New York Times columnist. Mandy Len Catron. In both cases the conclusions were positive.


In the 1997 test, Aron used as guinea pigs a man and woman who had never met before. They had 45 minutes to answer these questions, and then they should look each other eye to eye for four minutes in absolute silence. Six months later, the two were married and invited the psychologist to the ceremony, inclusive.

A few years later, Mandy decided to be the test subject and report the experience in the New York Times. According to the columnist, she is dating the person with whom she asked the questions. Are we really faced with a "magic formula" for love? Metro has published the list of powerful questions and we have decided to spread them to you. If you decide to test the method, please tell us it worked out:

1 - If you could choose anyone in the world, who would you dine with?

2 - Would you like to be famous? In what sense?

3 - Before you call someone do you rehearse what you will say? Why?

4 - What makes a day perfect for you?

5 - When was the last time you sang to yourself? And for someone else?

6. If you knew you were going to live to be 90 and could choose to keep the body or mind you were at 30 for the last 60 years of your life, which one would you choose: body or mind?

7 - Do you have a feeling about how you are going to die?

Name three things that you and your partner seem to have in common.

9 - What is the thing in your life that you feel most grateful for?

10 - If you could change anything about how it was created, what would it change?

11 - In four minutes, tell your partner the story of your life in as much detail as possible.

12 - If you could wake up tomorrow with a new skill or quality, what would it be?

13 - If a crystal ball could tell the truth about you, your life, the future or anything else, what would you like to know?

14 - Is there anything you have been dreaming of doing for a long time? Why haven't you done it yet?

15 - What was the greatest accomplishment of your life?

16 - What do you value most in a friendship?

17 - What is your most valuable memory?

18 - What is your most terrible memory?

If you knew you were going to die in a year, would you change anything about how you are living now? Why?

20 - What does friendship mean to you?

What roles do love and affection play in your life?

22 - Say five things you think are positive about your partner.

23 - How close and warm is your family? Do you think your childhood was happier than most people's childhood?

24 - How do you feel about your relationship with your mother?

25 - Form three sentences that involve you and your partner. Always start with the word "we".

26 Complete this sentence: "I wish I had someone with whom I could share ...".

27 - If you end up becoming a good friend of your partner, say what he / she needs to know about you.

28 - Tell your partner what they like best about you. Be very honest and don't be afraid to say things you wouldn't say to a stranger.

29 - Share with your partner a shameful moment in your life.

30 - When was the last time you cried in front of a person? And when did you cry alone for the last time?

31 - Tell your partner something you already like about him.

32 - What do you consider too serious a matter to make fun of?

33 - If you were to die later this day without a chance to communicate with anyone, what would you regret for not telling anyone? Why not say it yet?

34 - Your house, containing everything you own, catches fire. Once you save the people and pets that may be there, you have time to save just one more item. What would it be? Why?

35 Of all the people in your family, whose death would be most disturbing to you? Why?

36 - Share a personal problem and ask your partner for advice on how to solve it. Also, ask him / her to tell you about how you seem to be feeling about this problem.


So, what did you think of these questions? Can they make someone fall in love with you and vice versa?

* Posted on 19/01/2015