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The chemicals in our body have evolved to help us survive and reproduce. So what does that mean for love?

Love triggers all four happy brain chemicals: dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin and endorphin. No wonder it’s so motivating!

However, life is complicated because the happy chemicals are not designed to be on all the time. The job of this brain stew is to reward you for steps that promote your genes. They dip after they spurt, which is why we’re always struggling to get more. Fortunately, when you know how your happy chemicals work, you can stop blaming your partner and stop blaming love. You can better manage the neurochemical roller coaster when you know how you create it.


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