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I am SO waiting to hear what "eating sock" means! I hope it has nothing to do with you, sockmonkey!
Cooldaney - your last part is good advice. Men & women both should try to exlpain their feelings in a relationship.
Do you want to know a big chemical difference that might explain some of the mysterious differences?
It's called oxytocin. It's a chemical that is present in all people (maybe all mammals) that is responsible for bonding. When oxytocin is made/released, the person feels emotionally connected to the situation or person. What releases oxytocin? Orgasms (and other good sexual feelings even if no orgasm), childbirth, and breastfeeding. Women have more oxytocin than men, though men have it too. Starting to get the picture? It bonds the couple together for when the baby is born, and it STRONGLY bonds the mother & baby at childbirth and throughout breastfeeding.
When people get sexual and they do not intend to be serious, or are not sure yet, we often see the woman "falling in love" faster than the man, or the woman becoming attached to the man more than he is to her. This is oxytocin's fault. It is NOT because women are wimpy or "too emotional", or weak or needy. It is a physiological (body chemistry) thing that no one can change. Some men say they feel the urge to have sex often, and with many women. Well, men, when you make that woman feel good sexually, you are triggering the chemical that will attach her to you! She will feel the urge to be with YOU just like you feel the urge to be with many other women.
So both sexes can learn from this.
(To kiss or not to kiss? Once you kiss, your oxytocin will start deciding FOR you!) ;P