Why serial monogamy is bad for you: Relationships stimulate our brains like DRUGS and we need a ‘single break’ to shake off the withdrawal symptoms

Jumping into a relationship right after a break-up makes you more likely to end up with the wrong person because you don't give your brain enough time to 'detox' from your ex. 
During a breakup the body goes through withdrawal from feel-good chemicals that are released in the brain when you are in love.  
According to a New Jersey psychologist, during the initial break-up period, the lack of those chemicals blinds decision-making triggering the impulse to get into a relationship to fill that void - akin to drug addiction.
But those who don't give themselves enough single time to retrain... read more

30 November 2017 in Health, Views: 61
Source: Daily Mail

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