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I think that the sex drive evolved to get you out there, looking for a whole range of partners. You know you can feel it when you’re just driving along in your car, it can be focused on nobody. I think romantic love evolved to enable you to focus your mating energy on just one individual at a time, thereby conserving mating time and energy. And I think that attachment, the third brain system, evolved to enable you to tolerate this human being, (laughter) at least long enough to raise a child together as a team.
Helen Fisher on TEDTalks (via thingsivelearnedfrombeingopen)
When a person falls in love, the ventral tegmental area in the brain floods the caudate nucleus with dopamine. The caudate then signals for more dopamine; the more dopamine, the higher a person feels. The same system becomes activated when someone takes cocaine.
Helen FisherWhy We Love: The Nature and Chemistry of Romantic Love (via dix-dix-sept)

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