On a neurochemical level, people in long-term relationships are just like those who are falling in love,
Nothing compares to the rush of being newly in love. But even after a decade of marriage or more, some people say their love remains intense.
And when these people see pictures of their beloved, found a new study, their brains respond in an area associated with deeply rewarding and motivating feelings -- one of the same areas that lights up in people who are still entangled in the passionate throws of a new relationship.
By finding physical parallels between people who are newly in love and those who have been intensely in love for a long time, the study offers biological evidence that romantic love is real and can be long-lasting.
The study, which focused on a group that held particularly strong feelings for their long-term partners, also suggests that couples who simply strive to be happy together may not be aiming high enough, said Arthur Aron, a social neuroscientist at Stony Brook University in New York.
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funnyman46 wrote:Nope, don't believe it.
Everytime I tried, I died a little inside and was introduced to the phrase; Until the weight of the world broke his spirit,...
sorry to hear that man, i hope you find your soulmate one day. i really believe that everyone has a soulmate, but how can you find her/him? is the question
In by doing so I have found someone that makes me laugh and lets me know they aren’t here to take advantage.
There just is some baggage left as you can tell from the above post. I also use it for humor because most can identify with it being bad at some point.
99socks wrote:yuya63 wrote:Well, its just my luck that my soul mate lives on the other side of the planet, in Australia. We have loved eachother for 22 years. Dosnt life suck sometimes.
Sometimes it's better that way.....
This isnt one of them.
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