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Love Changes Our Brains

Our brains are constantly rewiring themselves based on the events in daily life, and what we pay the most attention to is what effects them the most. This means that the way you decide to spend your time literally transforms you.

In the March 25th edition of the New York Times, Diane Ackerman writes: "All relationships change the brain--but most important are the intimate bonds that foster or fail us, altering the delicate circuits that shape memories, emotions and that ultimate souvenir, the self." And the bonds of love change the brain more than anything else.

Ackerman quotes neuroscientist Daniel J. Siegel as saying, "Scientific studies of longevity, medical and mental health, happiness and even wisdom point to supportive relationships as the most robust predictor of these positive attributes in our lives across the life span."

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This is so true--it ought to be obvious to everyone. Maybe if science explored this more, it would convince more people to take Jesus' dictum to "love one another" more seriously. You don't have to be religious to be "good."

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