Could A New Drug Help Us Be Faithful?
If you are a young couple getting married, it’s hard not to have in the back of your mind that the national divorce rate is almost 50 percent. From celebrities to military officials to your neighbor, we see people being unfaithful everyday.
I saw this article in Huffingtonpost.com.
The “trust hormone” oxytocin could potentially play a role in fidelity, a small new study suggests.
A new study, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, shows that when men in relationships are given oxytocin, they stay a farther distance away from unknown, attractive women. Check out the complete article here
I am going to be honest, I have been married 10 years and it is a struggle sometimes. Between the internet, TV and the grocery store it is tough. Then there is the age-old question that if you have a wandering eye, does that mean that you are not truly happy?
Would you take a ‘drug’ to stay faithful?