The first rule in Love is that you can`t fall in love with someone you don`t fancy.
You find someone intellectually stimulating, interesting, kind and warm. In fact, you love being with him, but his teeth stick out. Or he`s shorter than you. Honestly do you still fancy him? Which brings us to the second basic law of human chemistry: A relationship with someone considerably more attractive than you is doomed to failure.
Squeal and shout. Protest all you like. But when it comes to finding a lifelong partner, most people end up with someone roughly in the same category as themselves on the looks and charm scale. To put it crudely, if you`re about a six on a scale of 10, I`ll bet good money that your partner`s some where between a 5 and a 7.
Forget all the drama. When a relationship comes to an end, it`s not some bizarre and arbitrary phenomenon, some inexplicable occurrence; it`s the inevitable and logical working out of a mathematical equation where X always liked Y more than Y liked X. Why was that? Because X was a six and Y was a nine, that`s why.