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Re: Love Is Biochemistry Needed For Survival.

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Posted by John Clark on February 18, 2001 23:44:09 UTC

Love is not a boichemical phenomenon. What you're calling love is LUST, pure and simple, and is, indeed, biochemical in nature. Love is not sexual attraction. I think Dr. Paul Roger's said it best. "Love is having unconditional, positive regard for another human being." It is not, nor ever will be, the result of endorphins slushing about in the cerebral cortex. Good sex, however, with a caring partner - which releases endorphins into the human neurological system - can sustain love more than any other human interaction.
Everything else you addressed in your text is pure opinion! This is mine. LOL!

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