Parker mentioned this in the WDT, and I had seen the article the week prior: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/11/fashi ... .html?_r=0 Essentially, the article - and the study it's based on - propose the idea that you can actively fall in love with someone by creating a situation where you each expose your vulnerabilities in an escalating set of questions. The experiment is capped off by staring into the other person's eyes for four minutes. While not scientific, the couple the study used and the woman who wrote the article both claim to have fallen in love using this process. Topic: Discuss the article. Can falling in love with someone be contrived in a lab, or does it have to happen by chance? Alt Topic: I guess stories on how you fell in love.