In the People You May Know box, Facebook may actually introduce you to your next boyfriend. They’ve made it statistically possible. But can techies come up with an algorithm for what happens after? I really believe there is a scientific/invisible natural code behind First Love. Everyone’s first love seems to happen the same way! (Quick recap: u fall in love super deeply the first time, u obsesses over having found each other and over your future together & build it up so much, a mansion in the woods with baby monkeys and tigers, a hyperreality so big and attractive you want it now and it crushes the reality of your present, you think you’ll never meet someone as similar as you, one of you does something disappointing, you take a break apart from each other that is supposed to help but makes it harder, feelings of love & hate/jealousy battle each other out in a mental battlefield, you try to hold on to images of the future, you bang a lot to distract from whats going on, but the present becomes cave-like until you crawl out, you get over it, forget bad memories, only recall them to make good decisions about future boys). But what about second love? or third? What is the formula for that?My friend Nora said second and third love are way better and more fun and healthier but less passionate/intense. I like that but refuse to believe that my first love will be the most passionate. I’m young right?