Neuroscience have charted the effects of romantic love on our brain – and surprise, surprise – the results show romantic love triggers our reptilian brain and another part of our brain, the one measuring gains and losses. 386 more words
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Last week, in the midst of mess, sick kids, sleep deprivation and more work than I could handle, I turned into a bleary-eyed banshee.
“You’re not hearing me,” I screeched at my husband. 567 more words
It’s strange how what we once thought was important, suddenly, from one day to another, moved by chance, our perspective and therefore our priorities change.
….and dream about being chased my monsters like regular people?
Yesterday morning, I woke up in a really frustrated mood. I don’t know why. Sometimes, I find things fester in my mind overnight, so by the time I wake up, I’m stirred up nice and good. 443 more words
The following essay is from the book Pure Sociology by Lester F. Ward 1903 – PW
It is the psycho-physiological progress going on in all races that have undergone repeated and compound social assimilation, that has laid the foundation for the appearance (in the most advanced races) of a derivative form of natural love which is known as… 2,472 more words