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How Romance Can Change You

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Love and romance have their own ways of changing your life. Well, how will an emotion change you? Though we realise it or not, our thoughts and feelings decide our actions and the overall quality of life.

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If you feel good, you tend to take the right actions and make your life happier. When you feel sad or low, you tend to make your life more miserable.

In fact, that is the reason why it is good to consciously choose joy over anything else in life. When you do so, your mental states will alter and this brings about a change in the overall quality of your life.

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Now, let us discuss how romance could bring about certain changes in your life.


You Will Try To Quit Bad Habits

When your parents forced you to quit smoking, you seldom cared but when your girlfriend asks you to quit, you will consider it more seriously.


You Will Try To Control Your Anger

All of a sudden, you will try to control your temper as you don't wish to show your negative side to your partner. Also, as romance changes your brain chemistry, you tend to feel good more often and this reduces your frustration.


You Will Feel Like A Poet

Suddenly you feel like writing poetry on your love. If you are not gifted with words, you will at least think like a poet who is inspired.


You Become Health Conscious

Your will to live longer increases. You wish to stay healthy. You also tend to look slim and fit when you are romancing someone.


You Start Taking Care Of Yourself

You tend to become conscious of your looks. You will start taking care of your looks.


You Treat People Well

As love and romance open your sensitive side, you will start treating people around you with care.


Life Seems To Be Beautiful

Yes, love and romance make you feel high most of the time due to their chemical effect on the brain. This will make you perceive life positively.

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Story first published: Tuesday, May 17, 2016, 7:59 [IST]
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