posted on Sep, 2 2007 @ 08:12 PM
Look here, under 'Interpersonal Chemistry' young Spartan.
From Wiki "Human Bonding"
Recent developments in neurochemistry have begun to shed light on the nature of the "chemistry of love", in terms of measurable changes in
neurotransmitters such as oxytocin, serotonin, and dopamine.
Those three hormones, in addition to a dozen others which contribute.
They usually don't get triggered unless the individuals have been intimate or been in close contact. Some people talk about 'pheromones' but
they've never been demonstrated in Man. Still 'smell' is very important and a woman attracted to you in every way will lose interest if the smell
is not right.
So you're fighting something almost as powerful as the need for sleep or to eat or drink.
Occasionally everything will be right and a person can experience this from looking at a picture, or seeing someone across the room. We don't
understand why, but hormones are probably involved in making this feeling 'stick', at least temporarily.
How to deal?
It usually takes about six weeks for this feeling to go away (personal research). I've tracked this three or four times and though the less strong
events took a little less to fade, a month or two was about the time it took. (some people never get over it; thus 'a great love').
Just be patient, work hard, distract yourself and maybe try to hang out where you'll meet girls your age (if you want 'quick cure' advice).
Go on a vacation elsewhere and meet someone else and it can be 'transferred' (be careful), or turned off. The new relationship might not be as