We got the relationship, but we don’t want to disperse: 7 rules for those who want to improve their relationship
Once you could lie nearby and enjoy dreaming, looking together at the high sky, but today it’s hard for you to talk even on everyday topics. You used to love walking, holding hands, but today you don’t want to think about kissing him or her … Relationships sometimes get messy, but you have a common house, you have children, and it seems silly to disperse …
If your relationship has bothered you in your pair, but you believe that your relationship curves can be corrected, and, moreover, you want to correct them, then the following recommendations will help you. They are not fiction, they are developed in practice. They are tested, they work, but only among intelligent people who, in their own experience, developed and tested them. And, most importantly, these are not abstract recommendations, but clear and working instructions. Continue reading
Love is a conformal reaction to the norms and values that prevail in society. And the norm in a modern developed society is, in particular, the idea that everyone at a certain age should experience love. In order for a person to be capable of such a strong emotional attachment as love is, certain prerequisites are necessary. Two groups of these premises can be distinguished.
The first we describe as the assimilation of a system of codes to denote emotional states. It is assimilated in the process of socialization, through literature, cinema, television. Through the identification of the reader or viewer with the hero, it becomes possible to share his feelings, a person learns to interpret his own emotional states. Through a Continue reading
Why do all people crave love and are even ready to die for it? To answer this question, a research group led by Helen Fisher undertook to study the results of brain tomography of lovers and those who recently experienced a breakdown.
American anthropologist Helen Fisher
Professor Helen Fisher, an anthropologist at Rutgers University in New Jersey, author of five books and hundreds of scientific articles, studies human love as a biology phenomenon.
Fisher became known for her studies of the behavior of people in love. From the point of view of an Continue reading