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MickeyTong
12-09-2010, 15:21
It appears that lust, romantic love and long term attachment all depend on chemicals in the brain and receptors for those chemicals. Being "in love" is like being a drug addict......

http://www.oxytocin.org/oxytoc/love-science.html

alouette
12-09-2010, 16:23
http://www.seductionlabs.org/2007/05/08/the-biochemistry-of-love/

TolkoRaz
12-09-2010, 17:58
It appears that lust, romantic love and long term attachment all depend on chemicals in the brain and receptors for those chemicals. Being "in love" is like being a drug addict......

http://www.oxytocin.org/oxytoc/love-science.html

And there was I thinking it was all down to my good looks, boyish charm and quick wit! :brush:

Swordfish90293
12-09-2010, 19:21
Being "in love" is like being a drug addict...

I second that emotion...

Joe Kilroy
12-09-2010, 20:03
anyone know a supplier of oxytocin?

Darya Alexandrovna
12-09-2010, 21:30
It's always like that:one is a supplier and the other one needs more and more. ;)

alouette
12-09-2010, 21:48
It's taking and giving.

Gypsy
13-09-2010, 04:43
This makes sense.

YouTube - Robert Palmer - Addicted To Love

martpark
13-09-2010, 08:57
YouTube - Love And Rockets - Ball Of Confusion [Music Video]

Mirka
13-09-2010, 09:08
It appears that lust, romantic love and long term attachment all depend on chemicals in the brain and receptors for those chemicals. Being "in love" is like being a drug addict......

http://www.oxytocin.org/oxytoc/love-science.html

'Love makes me lazy. It kills more brain cells than crystal meth.' Mag, Veronica Mars

'Love is a chemical process which causes delusion, an intellectually rigorous person would never get married' from 'cinderella in the cardboard'.' Temperance Brennan, Bones