Those butterflies and fireworks you feel when falling love are actually just brain chemicals flooding your system. Laci breaks down what’s happening behind the science of a new relationship.
“The Science of Love”
“Flushed cheeks, a racing heart beat and clammy hands are some of the outward signs of being in love. But inside the body there are definite chemical signs that cupid has fired his arrow.”
“The Science of Romance: Why We Love”
“The last time you had sex, there was arguably not a thought in your head. O.K., if it was very familiar sex with a very familiar partner, the kind that–truth be told–you probably have most of the time, your mind may have wandered off to such decidedly non-erotic matters as balancing your checkbook or planning your week.”
“Love, Explained: The Science of Romance”
“Sex, speed dating, monogamy–for Valentine’s Day, we look at the science behind the mating game”
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