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Dopamine also stimulates the release of testosterone, the “liquor of lust,” along with the same bonding chemicals that make us protective of one another. You might have detached satisfying hookups, only to discover you’re in love. Or, as the summer romance story goes, you fall in love and part with only fond memories.
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