19.12.2013

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Here is an article that i read that describes some of the differences between love and lust. I think that lust can cause someone to have feelings that are similar if not identical to love, regardless of the differences in the underlying desires of the two.
In your friend's case, I think many people are addicted to the honeymoon phase of relationships.
I actually haven't seen the movie "Confessions of a Shopaholic" but there is a book with that title that I have read. Okay, ignoring for the moment the ludicrous idea that there could be one perfect female body for all the men (or all the women) out there, this idea STILL doesn’t work. It’s so amazing that the Jesuit order can run your country, use Freemasons to destroy what you are supposed to know, and do away with your Constitution and futures, and yet you retards read shit like this.
BTW, No one said this is the look everyone prefers , but what the majority of women and men (in this poll) prefer in the opposite sex. If you've ever wanted a chiseled six-pack or a flat, defined set of abs, you HAVE to be focusing on the rectus abdominis. To commemorate this glorious, Drake-infused occasion, we've whipped up the Ultimate Summer 2016 Playlist.
It’s sad and discouraging when someone puts in a TON of effort to sculpt a rock-solid, well-defined set of six pack abs, yet the results are nowhere to be found. One of the most redeeming things about fitness in general is that there’s typically a direct correlation between time, effort, and results.
Looking at fitness holistically, ab development tends to be MUCH more challenging; bordering on excruciating. Getting a phenomenal set of abs requires smart training, a LEAN, clean diet, and minimal equipment…not ab workouts 7 days per week, ridiculous ab machines, or crunch, after crunch, after crunch. This might seem brutally obvious, but at the core (no pun intended) the most important — and fundamental — piece of ab development is being able to see them. If you want to get your body fat down to 6-pack levels, make sure to incorporate a solid dose of high intensity cardio and emphasize a healthy, LEAN diet. You can’t crunch off the fat covering the lower section of your abs — nothing about our physiology supports this misconception.
The only way to strip the fat from your abs is by gradually burning it off from your entire body through cardio, diet, and weight-training. Stay persistent with a clean diet, resistance training, and cardio regimen and you’ll be able to maintain low body fat permanently. Like the biceps, chest, shoulders, legs, etc., the ab muscles need time to rest, recover, and rebuild in order to grow. Most of your bandwidth in the gym should be spent divided across the major muscle groups (legs, chest, shoulders, back) and cardio; and then accessorized with targeted abs work.
Crunches and sit-ups primarily work the top of the rectus abdominus, aka the 6 pack muscles. Think of the transverse abdominus as a belt that runs around the waist and sucks everything in tight. Muscles grow based on the principle of progressive resistance, meaning that you need to increase the weight lifted, the amount of resistance, or the difficulty of the exercise if you want to see any additional growth (or progress). If you want massive legs, you need to gradually increase the amount of weight squatted — ab development works the same way. For example, try crunches with a dumbbell on your chest, cable crunches, sit-ups on a decline bench, or the Lower Abs Trifecta.
You’re absolutely right, but bringing genetics into play just sparks people to make excuses for their inability to make a drastic change. I don’t have much info on your diet or body %, but it sounds like you need a more rigorous, advanced abs routine. Traditional sit-ups and crunches really aren’t every effective at all when it comes to stimulating hypertrophy (aka muscle size) — that comes from more difficult moves that involve heavier loads. My advice would be to spend the next 3-4 months (through April) really emphasizing a weight-gain phase to slap on some lean muscle mass.


Awesome article…I have found that cutting back on my carbs and drinking mainly water has really cut my body fat % down…It is truly a great way to lose belly fat! As i was reading it however i couldnt help but think about what lust does to someones brain?
Besides being wildly funny, it talks about the addiction to shopping that many people can get. Stanford doctors did an observation; took a few subjects and asked them to think about their "love" as hard as they can and while while they scan it. Stanford doctors did an observation; took a few subjects and asked them to think about their "love" as hard as they can and while while they scan it. We had the male and female who were in their 70s, a male who was 60, a male in his 30s, two females in their 20s and a young boy who was 10.
It’s a simple equation — if you do cardio 45 minutes per day, 6 days per week, you will lose a lot of weight. Would you do biceps curls, bench press, or squat 7x per week to build bulging biceps, a hulking chest, or massive thighs? Even though building up the top is an incredibly important part of a stellar midsection, relying ONLY on sit-ups and crunches will cause the obliques, transverse abdominus, and lower abs to lag behind. Exercises like the plank can help build up the transverse and make the entire torso more compact. The obliques run diagonally along the side of the torso into the pelvis, which forms the V-cut that everyone craves so much.
Incorporating bicycle crunches, hanging leg raises, and a variety of other ab exercises into your routine can help chisel out all parts of the core region, beyond just the rectus. When it comes to developing core musculature, crunches and sit-ups are extremely basic and provide minimal stimulation. Adding a weight or more difficult angle can help make basic exercises significantly more difficult and kickstart brand new abdominal growth. Sure, abs and transformation overall will be MUCH easier for some than others based on their genetics, but everyone CAN make a change if they put in enough effort.
Even if you build up strong abs right now, the rest of your frame really won’t support the look. This is all a part of learning how to fully understand yourself as well as learning how to understand someone else.
Our brain is incredible and can work in many mysterious ways, but when it comes to getting what we want I'm afraid that addictions will always be some kind of a problem.
Many people think that lust is actually love, so my guess would be that lust would have many of the same effects on the brain as love. In addition what you may deme lustful may not be considered lustful to someone else, so it's impossible to define how someone feels if you are not that person. I think what made the video more compelling was that every single person loved in a different way.
Given that you do the right exercises, if you follow a comprehensive chest routine and increase the amount that you’re pressing over successive workouts, your chest will grow.
For men, body fat should be sub-10%; for women it should be sub-18% for the ab muscles to really pop. Do you have any recommendations on how to lose the last 10 lbs so I can lower the overall fat percentage?
Cycling calories (#1) is especially powerful for chopping off the last bit of body fat and breaking through any stalls in weight-loss. When we love something or enjoy something, we want more of it, and when we don't get it we start to crave it, that's just human nature. Believe me, I've had my share of friends who have been in short term relationships and were head over heels for their significant other during that short period. You can love someone without having a sexual relationship with someone, BUT the majority of people who are in love are physically attracted to each other, which in a sense can be considered lust. We all want to be loved or be in love so bad, so many of us will use any emotion that resembles love (for example: lust) and say it's real love. In addition to knowing what it feels like to be in a relationship, we've all seen that couple that is head-over-heels in love with each other.


In each of his relationships within the first couple weeks they would be crazy about each other, excessive facebook posts, calls, PDA etc..
So I can absolutely believe that it is possible for some people to become addicted to love. In addition, I think that lust can have the same effect on the brain as love for people who have never experienced true love, but then again, who are we to define how someone feels? I think lust can exist entirely without love because many people lust after another person only physically and don't have a genuine emotional attachment. In regards to your last note: "Or, if you have fallen in love, or at least think you have, many times before does it just become easier to fall in love more often?", I read a very interesting quote recently.
One of the females had never even felt love and for the competition felt love through meditation.
The male who was 60 stated that he was in love multiple times, but he noted that you can be in love with an experience or other things that genuinely make you happy. So i wonder if he is addicted to what his brain feels like in the "honeymoon phase" like you said, and if there is a difference in his brain which i would deme lustful as compared to someone elses.
They constantly want that feeling of being in love with someone and having a boyfriend, even when a lot of people have trouble believing their true feelings after seeing that they've been with this person they love for a mere 2 months.
I think it actually makes it harder because you will begin to search for someone with similar qualities as your first love but they can't have the qualities that your first love had that you disliked.
Their relationship appears to be very beautiful, but their arguments appear to be very disgusting. You will also know what to avoid, and which qualities wave a red flag when you meet someone. According to Invigorate360, Scientific studies have proven that being in love has many of the same effects on the brain as an addiction. Using MRI scans to determine what physical changes occur in the brain while someone is in love, she has noted that the same chemical changes occur in the brain with love as they do with drug use. Risk taking is increased, a feeling of euphoria takes over, and the lovers can think of little else except each other. All of these reactions are caused by the limbic system in the brain, which changes the neurotransmitter levels. This area is what helps govern behavior, preventing obsession and reckless behavior, and love has the opposite effect and can increase this activity instead."If you've ever been in love or have felt very strongly about someone you can probably relate. Aron asserts that the honeymoon phase fades after awhile and is replaced by what he calls "companionate love." Companionate love is not categorized by the extreme highs we see present during the honeymoon phase.
This phase however can be seen as an addiction as well because the bonding between both mates is significant.
She has done studies involving MRI tests for individuals at the honeymoon phase of their relationship. She noted that during this phase, the ventral tegmental area of the brain is active and that is the same part of the brain that is active when one experiences a high from cocaine or other drugs. We must also note however, that there may be a series of other factors contributing to these chemical balances.
Love may not be the only thing contributing to one's happiness and it may not be the only thing contributing to one's depression. Many people actually don't think it is a good thing to rely solely on a significant other to make them happy because this creates a situation where the significant other completely controls their moods. On that same token, many people believe that being in love is all about vulnerability and their significant other should have the power to control their feelings because that gives their significant other the ability to uplift them.Have any of you experienced the love drug?




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