The brain in love
This video is a story focusing on the state of the mind when one is in love. Helen Fisher presents the story. She starts the story by posing a kind of question on many people crave love and states that is a reality that many will die for it. She points out that we need to understand more about real love and how romantic the attachment is (4min: 00 sec). She encourages the investigation of how love is passionate and how it came about. In fact, she considers its biome chemical point of view and how the same respect is essential to human in society. In the video, she points to us that we should be looking forward to your understanding of you (15min: 45sec). In her story, she describes it as a kind of human drive universally, and it’s stable even more than thirst and hunger.
How I started online Dating
This Amy Webb TED video is driving the audience by giving her life history through a short description on the screen. She describes that she had no hope of so-called online dating. The type of date that she liked was just the opposite of her expectations. She just says that her profile just turned to worse (5min: 56sec). She only takes advantage of the data and makes as much of the spreadsheet as she can. She describes that she found online dating so that she could get married just soon. She just went on to expose the traits of the man that she wanted on her profile. To make this success, a man by the name of Jewish Prince Charming scores 850 points well regarding the characteristics needed and then makes a plan to meet 12min: 23sec). After the meet up, he gains more scores to 1050 points, after which a year after the same, he proposes to her. In this speech, there are just three things that she is trying to put across one is that every time algorithm of love does exist; second, just pick what you want in love and thirdly, just be yourself in love.
In my perspective, Amy Webb is more touching, and I will use it to explain my case. I do support the fact that online dating does succeed. In fact, I got my lover through the same process. It all just depends on the heart cohesion degree. It does not matter where you get your lover. What I disagree with Webb’s case is the way she puts traits that she likes in her lover on the profile. It’s just important to have the person and learn just from one another because everyone has a week’s points. My additional point is that online dating does not depend on the level of agreement and degree of love you develop; only that one is supposed to be very careful on this because sometimes other people, especially online, may come up with different motives other than the intended ones.