gotten to the crazy part yet. It seems clear that love evolved mostly as a way to keep two people together long enough to raise a child. That things frolicking all over the place straight out of the womb. Whats the point of love? But why on Earth would we evolve to be overwhelmed by an emotion that makes us act like Logan Paul in a Japanese forest, which is to say, a completely irrational idiot? But it does seem pretty clear that oxytocin uK FIRMS SIZE UP INDIAN BENEFITS and vasopressin play a big role in our romantic emotions. If the male loved the female and loved the child, he was less likely to a) abandon the mother and child and b) murder one or both of them. So male primates would kill the infants so he could start up his healthy boning schedule again.
"Love is the only socially acceptable psychosis Elvin Semrad,.D., once said (as"d in Psychology Today ). Maybe its because the motto of the human race seems to be "go big or go home." An article in The Independent stated that humans evolved to have a lust for blood: Over the course of our history, weve been six times as likely. And no matter who you are, at some point, well all feel that tingling glow and say, "Ah, Im so in a commitment device." Amber Petty is a freelance writer in Los Angeles.
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Our behavior is most similar to prairie voles, which are basically chubby, short-eared field mice. And I dont mean the, "He left comments on Stacys Instagram, but he hasnt taken the time to like A single picture OF mine. Sure, its based on an evolutionary need to pair up and spread our genes, and our hormones are responsible for lots of the craziness, but that doesnt arguement for Smoke - Free Restaurants explain all the volatility and heartbreak that goes along with finding love. Weve also developed the most advanced language skills and have the biggest brains in the animal kingdom. With all that extra brain space, it seems to make us feel emotions more deeply and sometimes live our lives on the extreme ends of the spectrum. Editor'S pick displayTitle, tina Turner isnt the only one whos been asking, "What's love got to do with it?" Scientists have devoted a good amount of time to figuring out the evolutionary point of love, and theyve come up with a few interesting theoriesall. I dont mean that figuratively, like our huge egos send us on a quest for companionship. Researchers gave MRI scans to people experiencing the first, irrational throws of love and found that the intense emotion wasnt just excitement: Love looked more like extreme hunger or a craving for drugs, according to reporting in the New York Times. "You might be surprised how easily one can mimic 'true love says.
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