Helen Fisher - Q11
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What do you say to critics who call your biochemical view of love reductive?
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Is love only biochemical?
Helen Fisher - Q9
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How then do you explain the sex drive of gays and lesbians, or people who don’t want kids?
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Why do we have sex?
Helen Fisher - Q7
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Has “slow love” reduced the divorce rate?
Helen Fisher - Q6
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On the other hand, isn’t casual sex sometimes just that—casual? People don’t want to make a commitment.
Helen Fisher - Q5
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Can’t the intense bond of sex get in the way of knowing somebody?
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Why is a rapid commitment “more risky to long-term happiness” than casual sex?
Helen Fisher - Q3
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What is the “pre-commitment stage?”
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Brain scans aren’t always precise, right? Couldn’t the same areas activated by photos of loved ones be activated by photos of sports stars?
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