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I think we can both tell this isn’t going to work.’” “You’d spent a month, wasted, fantasizing about who this person is and that you might really get on when you eventually meet,” she added. ” You can listen to Recode Decode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Casts, Overcast or wherever you listen to podcasts.
On the new podcast, Coles also talked about a complaint she frequently heard from women who are currently dating or in relationships: They felt they were competing with online porn.
[Veronica explained the following about the brain]: developmental molecular biologist Dr John Medina has studied the impact of stress on the brain and found that being in a bad relationship, long term, is akin to sleeping in the same bed as a sabere tooth tiger. This is because our brains are built to deal with stress that lasts about thirty seconds – enough time for the sabre tooth tiger to eat us or for us to run away.
What we’re not built for is prolonged stress, which has been proven to make us sick and even shrink our brains. So while it’s normal to get stressed or angry, if you’re always stressed or angry, you need to make a change.’ Veronica tells me that the key to success in relationships is the same as the key to success in ‘life generally’: ‘it’s knowing how you’re wired’.
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