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According to a team of scientists led by Dr. Helen Fisher at Rutgers, romantic love can be broken down into three categories: lust, attraction, and attachment.
Stage 1: Lust is that wild with desire stage. It is dominated by the sex hormones testosterone and estrogen.
Stage 2: Attraction, During the attraction phase couples are heady in love and are overcome with their feelings. Typically people can’t think of anything else—forgetting to eat and sleep. There are important neuro-transmitters that come into play during this stage (Dopamine and Norepinephrine).
Stage 3: Attachment, After the wild feelings of lust, and then the excitement of attraction, then comes attachment. The attachment phase helps couples grow bonds and feel connected to each other.
Oxytocin, dopamine, and serotonin are often referred to as our “happy hormones.” When you're attracted to another person, your brain releases dopamine, your serotonin levels increase, and oxytocin is produced
From the concept of 3 Stages of Love, the work will be divided into 3 sections that represent the stages that have been described previously.