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As soon as it went on display, however, a number of experts on Greek art, having viewed the statue only briefly, instinctively felt that there was something wrong with the statue.

They couldn’t pinpoint exactly what was wrong, but they said it just didn’t “look right.” More than a year of study and scientific analyses had failed to reveal what the art experts grasped in two seconds—it was a fraud.

Next time you sense your body is trying to alert you to something, check in with it. This is when you feel as though you've had this exact conversation before with someone--even if it's someone you've just met--or you've been to this place before and know what's around the corner and up ahead, even though that's impossible.

Instead of thinking it's strange and then moving on, don't let the experience go unremarked.

Finally, beware the man who doesn’t notice what you said in your profile. They look at your picture, or they like something you said, but from that moment on, your clearly expressed, carefully articulated wishes are subsumed into his lengthy discussion of….himself.

He may seem endearing, attempting to turn you into a soulmate, but like anyone who is clearly more interested in snowing than in knowing you, remember: A soulmate is interested in connecting; in creating a relationship.

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When we're looking for love (or under its intoxicating influence), we often miss seeing extraordinary signs and messages that pop up in our daily life to give us clues as to whether we're on the right track.

The adaptive unconscious is the part of our brain that can make instantaneous decisions—like a giant computer instantly sorting through all the data and coming up with a conclusion. Can we know within six minutes of meeting someone, that we want to go on a date?

Can we judge a profile after glancing at it for a few seconds?

His ostensible etiquette couldn’t hide his obvious hostility. We know that, of course, but we feel caught between wanting to give the guy a chance; wanting, too, to feel good about the guy. I’m no longer applying for the job of zookeeper.” The man who bares his soul to you—tells you too much about his ex-wife, his past (or, worse, present) girlfriends, the intricacies of his libido…being inappropriate. “Do you like to spend Christmas Eve overlooking the Seine? Is Nobu the kind of restaurant you’d most like to dine at?

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