October 1


Are You A Hopeless Romantic? Here’s Why It’s Perfectly Okay

By Staff Writer

October 1, 2018

brain, brain fitness, brain health

Hopeless romantics have often received a bad rep when it comes to having their heads up in the clouds. New research is emerging that shows how being a hopeless romantic actually promotes a healthier and longer-lasting love life! This is due to hopeless romantics having much higher standards, as well as them being completely in tune with what they want and expect from a future partner. They also have the tendency to celebrate small victories which often go unnoticed by other individuals.

Key Takeaways:

  • Oftentimes those tagged as hopeless romantics are positive “Polyannas” with a penchant for looking for silver linings.
  • Study even suggests that those with high romantic expectations are more generally satisfied with their loved one.
  • Hopeless romantics are dreamers, but they also refuse to settle for someone that is less than right for them.

“While the more pragmatic among us may look at hopeless romantics and laugh, the truth is that if any of us hope to make our love work, it?s the hopeless romantics that will win the day.”

Read more: https://www.powerofpositivity.com/are-you-hopeless-romantic/

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Our staff writers come from various backgrounds in the neuroscience, personal development, brain science and psychology fields. Many started out as with us as contributors!

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