Oh, You Like to Think You’re Immune to The Stuff…
Think you have complete control over who, when and how you love someone?
Think again dear reader.
Our biological makeup simply does not allow us to overcome chemistry.
So what it is that pulls you naturally to one individual?
Why do we fall in love with one person rather than another? What makes love last?
Researcher Dr. Helen Fisher, along with her colleagues, studied the brains of over 100 people who were either newly in love, long-time married and in love, or had just been dumped. What they discovered was that the nerve center for singular attraction and love, is deeply seated in the reptilian part of our brain.
Which means, that once all of our neurons fire up in that area for that ONE individual, we cannot fight it anymore than we can fight eating or breathing.
And the worst part is if that love ever ends (you break up, your lover leaves, etc.), our brain is still attached in that claws-dug-in, reptilian way.
So what can we do about all this biology?
If we are able to do some introspection, to understand ourSELVES better, then we can seek out those we are naturally drawn to, AND can work within an already established, loving relationship to help make it stronger and more satisfying. (Check out the video below for more info)…
And why fight it?
After all, just like the song says: The lights are on, but you’re not home, you’re mind is not your own…You can’t eat, you can’t sleep, there’s no doubt you’re in deep…
Can’t get enough… Better Love, Better Sex, Better Life!