The Physical Side of Falling in Love [Part 3]

March 28, 2010 12:00pm CST
"Why do we fall in love with one person and not another?" People don't just mysteriously wake up one morning with an overdose of PEA in their brains and then develop a crush on the next person they set eyes on. No, PEA and its sister chemicals are precipitated by emotional and visceral reactions to a specific stimulus. Like what? It can be a whiff of her perfume, the boyish way he says hello, or the adorable way she wrinkles her nose when she laughs. It could even be an innocuous article of clothing you're wearing that drives your Quarry bonkers. For example, in 1924 Conrad Hilton, the founder of the Hilton Hotel Chain, flipped over a red hat that he spotted sitting five pews in front of him in church. After the services, he followed the red hat down the street and eventually married the lady walking under it.
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@samson1967 (7422)
• India
27 Apr 10
I want my body to discharge more PEA or my brain to have more PEA,so that I can always fall in love, apart from loving, what best we can do on this earth.