An essay in this week’s issue of Vogue explores the science of love.
The article, by Elinor Lefkowitz, offers advice on how to gauge your partner’s love and how to interpret the clues you’re giving.
Here’s what Lefko writes:We are attracted to people who are passionate about the same things, who are emotionally open, who have shared interests, who enjoy shared experiences.
We may have a similar goals, a similar set of beliefs, or even the same values.
We all have different experiences, but we all have a certain commonality.
We are more likely to find ourselves in love.
We are less likely to be attracted to someone who has a history of being in a relationship, and we are more attracted to those who have recently been in a romantic relationship.
The relationship that starts out in the dark, that has you completely lost, is likely to end in the light.
In the past we have been attracted to the dark side, but this new romantic partner may well be the most exciting of all.
Love is an emotional response that involves the sharing of feelings and experiences.
In a romantic situation, feelings and feelings can be shared, and emotions can be experienced.
Love is an act of connecting and being in the same place at the same time.
It’s a deep feeling that doesn’t stop.
In a romantic context, feelings can also be experienced by someone else, and when feelings are shared, there is an added sense of connectedness.
We can experience feelings that are not connected to us and yet we share them with someone else.
We tend to feel love when someone is in our presence and the love is strong and genuine.
We feel love for someone who loves us unconditionally and has been given unconditional love.
In contrast, we tend to be scared and insecure when we’re in a loving relationship.
It is our innermost fears that get in the way of being loving to someone.
In romantic relationships, we are constantly reminded that the love we feel for someone is not an emotion we can experience.
In fact, we don’t know if we are feeling the right kind of love until we experience it.
We don’t always know when love is right for someone.
It can be confusing and confusing when it comes to romantic relationships.
Sometimes the feelings that we feel are a sign of love, or love can be a sign that someone else is hurt.
In this context, the love you feel is not a signal of love but of love that isn’t there.
Love can be something that we experience, that we love, that is shared.
It might be an experience that you feel strongly about and you can experience a lot of love at the exact same time and in the exact way.
The key is to recognize the differences and to see that the things you love and the things that are shared don’t necessarily have to be the same thing.
There is a difference between feeling something is right, and being the person that someone feels that they want you to feel.
In other words, the feelings you have for someone may be different than the feelings they want to feel for you.
If you have feelings about them that they don’t share with you, then they don