The brain in love | Helen Fisher

The brain in love | Helen Fisher

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  2. I've also been ❤️❤️❤️ but the problem iss every second person I met I starting ❤️ them.and because of that it's become harder_harder to leave them when I know it's didn't needed but the problem is they actually already left me alone.and because of that I promise I will do some thing which willll. Made all of them regret ????

  3. A scientifically based approach to the rediscovery of the wheel and the legitimization of another dating business. Another tool for lawyers to blame the ventraltegmental area for the crimes of passion committed by ….lizards. Regarding the the Mayan story, as Mel Brooks said,” it’s good to be …king.”

  4. This makes sense. I started sports betting in the last few days and flash backs of a brake-up that happened 6 years ago suddenly comes back. Activating the game center of my brain must have triggered this memory to be fetched.

    I have a question. Since most of us here have been heart broken. Do you guys think it is possible to fall in love with the same intensity as you did the first time?

  5. That is interesting, I usually say that the only central thing is your gyro between the two hemispheres of your Hypothalamus (Inner Compass). By the looks of it, VTA is close to the Materia Negra region where dopamine is produced below your 'inner compass', I am perfectly able to move on if someone does not meet my expectations and I never felt "madly" in love and I find that love is a lower need which is not really a need. Passion is foreign to me, but I did notice during my travels that darker complexion people are more prone to passion and produce more dopamine. Nevertheless, some Caucasians are more prone to addictions, which I have none of either. Maybe I am just wonderfully untachable. ?‍♂

  6. The personality that refuses to end this even tho im so over it and they can’t bend because if arrogance, and just wanting their way pouting about what I didn’t get right..that’s turn off ..that where the disconnect lies..that the part that makes me go cold. If I need one thing and you can’t do it ..then I can’t be me and warm and comfortable and relaxed with you..because you didn’t care enough about what I needed most.

  7. At the end of the day, this exercise teaches us that, in many cases, looking trippy in public isn’t as bad as we believe. Sure, we might get some looks and giggles, but these don’t hurt, now do they? The Cynic philosopher Diogenes of Sinope used to sleep in a barrel on the streets, walking around in ragged clothes, ‘pleasured’ himself in public, and said trippy things to people who walked past him. He didn’t fucked what people thought of him. Therefore, no one was able to hurt him.

  8. My boyfriend has stopped talking to me so much, he said he is busy which i will not oppose and i understand but he goes to his work colleagues that I cannot go out with him and do the things he wants to do because of my strict parents. He's told them how there has become little to talk about with me etc. And most probably said I am boring which he has done 3 other times when this very same situations has happened. Learning how the brain works just really makes me want to let go of him. The brain is amazing and the way Helen explains everything is so intriguing. Everything is poetical it makes me want to do my own research and learn and understand every bit about the brain.
    I always adored our relationship. we were 15 now turning 18, it was a slow love and it was amazing, there is something about just growing up together and exploring love as kids which is fun. But things are becoming harder, and i just miss that once slow and non complex love we once had. I'm praying someday I will get that again