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September 6th, 2007, 16:45
Originally Posted by txa1265 View Post
OK, perhaps you need to go back to Chemistry … yes there are hormones related to attractionm and the one you cite occurs during orgasm and supposedly might be related to relationships and trust. But saying "When you fall in love your body releases oxytocine" is … um … just wrong. Falling in love, feeling lust and having sex are all different things.
Im not a chemist, I just read an article that spoke about the relationship between oxytocin and the human behavior during the first weeks/months into a new relationship. Wether we can agree to oxytocin or not we can at least agree that the first weeks within a new relationship is a strong and very positive rush that by relatives/friends might be perceived as odd, irrational and sometimes a bit too self-sacrificing.
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