Video: Don't Part With Your Loved Ones And Don't Meet More Often Than Twice A Week
If you are in love, it seems to you that even parting for a couple of minutes is equivalent to death. But it turns out that it is much more beneficial for a couple in love to meet only twice a week.
No, we, of course, understand exclamations about this like "what, seriously?" But, in fact, this is not our brilliant idea, but the conclusion made by the psychotherapist Scott Carroll. In his interview, he claims that love and passion, spiced with sexual attraction, acts like a drug: thoughts are in a fog, there is no logic.
If, he continues, to meet twice a week, you can find yourself in periods when this most notorious logical thinking begins to fulfill its direct function and allows you to soberly evaluate your chosen one or chosen one. Then it will not suddenly turn out in three months that you are simply enraged by her reluctance to put the bloodworms on the hook correctly.
Moreover, frequent meetings are compared to pastries. If you eat them in moderation, you can love them until old age. But if you eat them twenty hours a day, and also sleep with them in an embrace, you can simply overeat and earn a persistent disgust for them.
I wonder if this Scott's girlfriend is still on a strict diet or is he just so smart for others?