15 science-backed tips to get someone to fall in love with you
Cards in pink and red, candy hearts, and boxes of chocolate line the shelves of stores, waiting to be purchased by lovebirds for their Valentine.
But if that doesn't describe your current state this year - and you want that to change - we've got you covered.
In the interest of bolstering your love life, here are some science-backed ways to fall and stay in love:
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