We love dopamine surges because of the way they make us feel. But according to Dr. Loretta Graziano Breuning, author of Meet Your Happy Chemicals: Dopamine, Endorphin, Oxytocin, Serotonin, we are not designed to experience a non-stop dopamine buzz. The constant hunt for dopamine boosts can turn you into a “Wolf on Wall Street” — driven by addictions, greed, and lust. Here are some healthy ways to balance your #dopamine by working with your brain’s built-in reward system.
This should be all of your intimate moments about sex and your partner too bad people try to show a perfect marriage by showcasing their sex life on pinterest of all places haha some people need to get a life and worry about the truth of their relationships vice what they think others are doing in their life.
: indeed. to know that you are loved unconditionally… and maybe it begins with the sparkle of lust.. and develops into something far deeper.. wait for it… because you will find it.. and when you do.. treat it with the preciousness it deserves. and no matter what..always keep in the forefront of your thought.. just how long you waited..to see that sparkle. and just how long you waited for that love. ~
All I want.... All I want are those nameless moments with you, cuddled up on the couch, weaving in and out of passion and lust; love and tenderness. Mornings over coffee, sitting on the kitchen counter, with nothing on— telling each other to have a good day, with sweet kisses and touches that fuel us on and then, coming home at the end of it all, and finding rest and solace in one another. I’m not asking for the stars or the moon. I want simple.
Bottom line every single cheater is a very selfish person. They put their needs, their wants, their lusts, their feelings before anyone elses...before their spouse, before their children, before their family and friends. They tossed everyone elses potential pain aside to get what they wanted in the moment of lust and passion.