When you fall in love, they say you get weak in the knees and get butterflies in your stomach. But have you ever considered what your brain does when you’re finally find your soulmate?
Love is always seen as such an emotional response, but it turns out that neurology and brain physiology actually play an enormous role in the development of long-term happy relationships.
How does your brain keep you blissful and in love? It overlooks things. Yes, the key to building a strong relationship, and growing a love that lasts, is in your brain.
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In YourTango’s new In-Depth Expert video, noted biological anthropologist Helen Fisher and neuroscientist Lucy Brown lead a fascinating discussion about how our brains employ “positive illusions” to keep our r