Glenn Stok shares his insight about relationships that he learned from his studies of social behavior and from personal experience. I have a theory: If you love someone and you have great respect for your partner, then you may have trouble experiencing lust. Love can keep two people together, and lust can keep the relationship alive. However, what happens when "respect" gets in the way?
I pore over these articles, never quite trusting their advice, but still discussing them with my girlfriends ad infinitum.
Many people mistakenly think that sex is the most powerful force pulling us into relationships. Science tells us that romantic love, a biological urge distinct from sexual arousal, is actually more powerful. The truth is that the desire for romantic love can be stronger than the will to live and much stronger than your sex drive. Love produces some of the most powerful drugs on Earth, and it all happens in our own brains and without ever taking a pill.
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