Psychologists have been intrigued with the question, "Can you make two people fall in love?" And can you expedite the process? Psychologist Arthur Aron conducted a study in which he devised 36 questions that would create a vulnerable atmosphere, and wouldn't normally be asked so quickly in a relationship.
If love can be fostered through specific questions and learning particular details about one another, what happens when you actually see each other in certain situations?
Some people feel the need to date for years before they get married, while others can't wait to tie the knot.
No matter how long it takes, it is really about the process of getting there. Coming to know each other — strengths and weaknesses — is a journey that is taken as you pass through different experiences with each other and talk about your lives.
Mary recently graduated in Visual Communications and is working her way to be able to use her talent for humanitarian aid organizations in third world countries. She has a passion for the artistic realm and focuses her time on graphic design, photography, and most recently, painting.