"No profile, no picture will find you the perfect person.
When you meet a potential partner for the first time, your ancient human brain takes charge and you court by its prehistoric rules."[pullquote align="right"]"When you meet a potential partner for the first time, your ancient human brain takes charge and you court by its prehistoric rules."[/pullquote]Dr. She has scanned the brains of people in love and people who have had a breakup.
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Just in time for Valentine's Day, Match.com, which bills itself as "the world's largest relationship company," has released its fifth annual Singles in America study.
Similarly, if you don't like men who are bald or prefer blondes to brunettes, then that person is not for you."Both Le and Fisher say profiles are important to read as they give you more information to help you decide to pursue, or not. Fisher said, "If two people look the same, but one is a Republican who works on Wall Street while the other is a poet who just hitchhiked across Europe, these are two very different people."Dr.