Ranjan, a shy type and royal mood guy worked in a private media firm. His duty was to editing, proof reading and managing the contents before to final print for his company’s daily broadsheet.
Moreover, he himself is a poet and writer so used to write column and got good feedback for every column.
After some days there comes Sruti as his assistant.
Sruti is a different type of girl, derisive, gossiping, and moreover flirting with others her habits.
If someone told her what she is doing is not good then she used to say it’s just a friendship but people noticed it more than friendship.
Days passed, Sruti tried more to flirt with Ranjan too. And finally one day she became too close with Ranjan, even without noticing she is becoming more close to such a guy — who is off course a good looking, earn more than her— but not her type.
Is this really a love or something else?
According to diffen.com, love and infatuation are both intense emotions that one feels for another person.
These feelings are most often confused for each other by many people. But the two feelings differ in their actuality of love, intensity and final outcome.
Infatuation is the state of being completely carried away by unreasoning passion or love; addictive love.
Infatuation usually occurs at the beginning of relationship when sexual attraction is central. But, love can be described as feeling of intense affection for another person.
It is most often talked about as an emotion between two persons. Hence is also sometimes referred to as interpersonal love.
An unknown author describe love as “A wildly misunderstood although highly desirable malfunction of the heart which weakens the brain, causes eyes to sparkle, cheeks to glow, blood pressure to rise and the lips to crumple.”
In love, your heart starts drubbing, you’re flush with excitement and giddy with anticipation. You start to jump here and there and your fingers play around with your smartphone all the times and eyes even not tired glaring your smartphone for pings of text for you, hoping it’s from them.
Sometimes you even can’t focus on your work and lost your appetite too.
But, infatuation other hand is an intense feeling for someone. It happens when you are attracted to a person’s appearance or attracted to him/her sexually. Infatuation happens early on and tends to become obsessive.
In infatuation, you see his/her all good things through rose-colored glasses putting him/her on a pedestal and don’t even acknowledge him for who he really is — good or bad.
Lust and infatuation are usually brief and short-lived and don’t tend to turn into true love. When you are in love, you will have intense feelings for him/her, and be attracted and connected on the level of mind, body and soul.Follow @gorkhapost
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Why men prefer curvy women, revealed
NEW YORK —Why do most men prefer ladies with curvier bodies, especially sharp curvy hips? According to a study, modern man’s this preference has ancient evolutionary roots.
According to a research carried out by a team from the University of Texas (UT) at Austin and the UT – Arlington has found that for a mate, man preferred a woman with a “theoretically optimal angle of lumber curving,” a 45.5-degree bend from back to buttocks allowing ancestral women to better support, provide for, and carry out multiple pregnancies.
“The findings enable us to conclusively show that men prefer women who exhibit specific angles of spinal bend over buttock mass,” said study’s co-author Eric Russell from the UT – Arlington in a paper published in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior.
This investigation consisted of two studies. The first looked at vertebral wedging, an underlying spinal feature that can influence the actual curve in women’s lower backs.
Around 100 men rated the attractiveness of several manipulated images showing spinal curves ranging across the natural spectrum.
Men were most attracted to images of women displaying the hypothesized optimum of 45 degrees of lumbar curvature.
This adds growing body of evidence that beauty is not entirely arbitrary or “according to the viewer” as many in mainstream social sciences believed, but instead has a coherent adaptive logic, added psychology professor David Buss from the UT Austin.
“This spinal structure would have enabled pregnant women to adjust their weight over the hips,” the authors noted.
These women would have been more effective at foraging during pregnancy and less likely to suffer spinal injuries.
Thus, men who preferred these women would have had mates who were better able to provide for foetus and offspring, and who would have been the able to carry out multiple pregnancies without injury.
The second study addressed the topic of whether men prefer this angle because it reflects bigger buttocks, or whether it truly can be attributed to the angle in the spine itself.
Around 200 men were presented with groups of images of women with differing buttock size and vertebral wedging, but maintaining a 45.5-degree curve.
Men consistently preferred women whose spinal curvature was closer to optimum regardless of buttock size.Follow @gorkhapost