Making love last

August 1, 2008 6:38am CST
In the first 6 months to a year of a new relationship, the bond is encouraged and strengthened by the chemical oxytocin. When this chemical ceases to be produced, most affections weaken enough for the relationship to end. What makes the others last...is it really a case the perfect match, or is it whether the people involved are steady, caring and emotionally mature?
3 responses
@riyasam (16571)
• India
1 Aug 08
this is new news to me.if in any relationship fights occur,then i can always blame it on oxytocin.lol.
• Indonesia
1 Aug 08
hi chariskaps, well, i think the chemical condition is just one of many factors which affect our relationship. it's also depends on our will. i even think that we can control the secretion of the chemical hormone using our will...
• Antarctica
1 Aug 08
love is a great feeling so its better it lasts long