My newest column for . It seems to have resonated with you, based on the comments section. Thanks to for her excellent editorial direction.
Nice piece on sex and love, by
"Our basic nature does help explain why, even in happy, loving relationships, it isn’t uncommon—if we are honest with ourselves—to feel some form of desire for those who aren’t our committed partners," writes .
"A tendency to overlook a partner’s faults, a common side effect of love, has been thought to be the result of decreased activation in frontal brain regions, which otherwise lead us to exercise caution."
"These emotions serve an evolutionary purpose. Specifically, they allow two people to bond in a way that increases the likelihood they’ll procreate and maintain an environment in which the resulting offspring survive," writes .
Sex, Love, and Knowing the Difference - ⁦