How to Make Someone Fall In Love With You


This week on How to Do It: The Guide to Things You Hope You'll Never Need to Know, Sarah Treleaven and Josh Bloch attempt to master the art of seduction as they learn how to make someone fall in love.

We hear stories about psychopaths and prisoners, and psychologist Robert Epstein tells us how any two people can will themselves into falling in love. And biological anthropologist Helen Fisher shares the fastest way to make anyone fall in love with you -- and it's all a matter of brain chemistry. Plus, a night out on the town in St. John's, Newfoundland with a professional wingman.

On this week's show...

  • Robert Epstein tells us why he signed a "love contract" with a near-stranger.
  • Jon Ronson, author of The Psychopath Test, talks about how psychopaths can turn on the charm like they're flicking a lightswitch.
  • Sheila Isenberg, author of Women Who Love Men Who Kill, tells us why prisoners are not necessarily the worst boyfriends.
  • CBC St. John's Aaron Crossley goes out on the town with professional wingman Luke Lawrence.
  • Biological anthropologist Helen Fisher talks about our brains on love.

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