Do you have any data on that? Smells like assumption to me. Second, you (wrongfully) accused me of using an appeal to authority, you now use the exact same construct but the other way around. Being a psychologist does not make you an expert in love, I agree. However, one could argue that being a published researcher in the field of adult attachment and someone who specializes in couples therapy is likely to know more about love and relationships than the average Joe. But hey, who am to judge that? It's time for you to read a book it seems, I'm sorry disney books don't count. Dude stop throwing that f*****g red herring regarding guys thinking that hair does not matter just so you can muddy the waters of the actual discussion we are having. Lol, your logic is the best. This is your argument structure: because I had PFS, I must agree that a non-controlled random internet poll with a ridiculously low sample size that happens to support the notion of PFS (or whatever the outcome of that embarrassing poll was) has ANY value in a scientific discussion? No, the scientific method is still more valuable than anecdote. That doesn't mean that I completely believe the Merck studies (which I don't), but it does mean that I cannot take your poll serious, just because the outcome suits me. It is a moral issue. It is the same as protesting against the death penalty but then supporting the death penalty when one of your loved ones gets killed. You stand by your principles, even when it doesn't suit your outcome. If you don't, you are weak. Also, I know it is hard for you to just let people go who frustrate you (remember, you admitted this when you asked me via PM to help you with your PFS situation, which I did), but the mental gymnastics I see you do here are not healthy for you, nor for the overall mood on this forum.