This week, the scene in which Guta breaks up with Tadeu and says she doesn’t love him was talked about on ‘Pantanal’. It’s the Fantastic showed that, from the beginning of the novel, the Google searches for ‘how to stop liking someone’ have tripled, and those for ‘falling in love’ have increased by 80%. But if, like Tadeu, you are suddenly left behind, how do you heal a broken heart?
Journalist Renata Capucci spoke with American anthropologist Helen Fischer, who seeks a scientific explanation for the pain of love.. She has been analyzing MRI brain images since 2005 to try to understand the circuits of passion.
“We have identified brain activity in a small region, linked to all addictions, such as heroin, cocaine, alcohol or nicotine. The region is also active when you are in love. Love is an addiction “, explains the professional.
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During the research, the doctor also discovered that when we are in love, an area of the brain related to hunger and thirst is activated. So trying to “disconnect” from that feeling is like quenching your thirst without drinking water.. And that’s why it’s so hard to get over love rejection.
“We found in rejected people a lot of brain activity in areas related to affection, romance, desire and also physical pain. No one gets rid of love easily. We all suffer,” he said.
For the anthropologist, the only way to suffer for less time is to be radical and cut off any kind of connection immediately.
“The only way to recover is to use the Alcoholics Anonymous model, treat it like an addiction. Get rid of the letters, get rid of the pictures on your frame. Don’t write, don’t call, don’t look Go do new things. Social media, don’t follow the person.”
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“Focus on work or well-being”, guides José Loreto on a better attitude after a breakup
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