The Chemistry of Connection: How the Oxytocin Response Can Help You Find Trust, Intimacy, and Love

The Chemistry of Connection How the Oxytocin Response Can Help You Find Trust Intimacy and Love When you make love cuddle with a partner or have coffee with close friends a powerful brain chemical called oxytocin floods your body with feelings of contentment and trust This natural love drug

  • Title: The Chemistry of Connection: How the Oxytocin Response Can Help You Find Trust, Intimacy, and Love
  • Author: Susan Kuchinskas
  • ISBN: 9781572246232
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
  • When you make love, cuddle with a partner, or have coffee with close friends, a powerful brain chemical called oxytocin floods your body with feelings of contentment and trust This natural love drug, produced by the hypothalamus, is responsible for human bonding in both platonic and intimate relationships, and is the key to many of the psychological differences betweenWhen you make love, cuddle with a partner, or have coffee with close friends, a powerful brain chemical called oxytocin floods your body with feelings of contentment and trust This natural love drug, produced by the hypothalamus, is responsible for human bonding in both platonic and intimate relationships, and is the key to many of the psychological differences between men and women In The Chemistry of Connection, you ll learn easy ways to increase your natural supply of oxytocin to establish deeper connections with family, friends, and romantic partners.You ll discover The power of the cuddle hormone in relationships How sex and love are deeply entwined for both women and men The chemical differences between lust, romance, and love How to raise children who trust and love in a healthy way

    One thought on “The Chemistry of Connection: How the Oxytocin Response Can Help You Find Trust, Intimacy, and Love”

    1. InformativeThis book gave me a lot of insight into why attachment problems happen. It also gave me a few wonderful ideas to help engage the oxytocin response in my daughter.

    2. A fascinating look at the bonding hormone, Oxytocin. I firmly believe the quality of our connections with others are rooted in our intent, words, and actions. This book explains the chemical basis for human bonding and the idea intrigues me.

    3. I love knowing the science behind feelings and emotions. Helps to understand why some people behave the what they do.

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