It must be a thrill to fall in love. People who are in love often confess to how they suddenly feel young and carefree. The adventure of getting to know someone deeply and intimately comes with a fresh bout of excitement. According to experts, “when you start falling in love, your brain releases chemicals like vasopressin, adrenaline, dopamine, and oxytocin. All these hormones collectively light up your neural receptors and make you feel both pleasure and a euphoric sense of purpose.” No doubt, this euphoric sense of purpose can be linked to high levels of productivity at work.
Falling in love is something most people look forward to. Love could be pivotal to realizing goals and dreams. Many people talk of the key roles a partner played in their success stories, we find it inspiring and think “what a blessing!” However, love brings about changes which vary in men and women. When men love truly, they consider it the first steps en-route forever.
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Most men admit that they need a good woman to hold things down for them in their home. That’s why men are often on the lookout for a ‘wife material’, a woman who can stand in for them when the need arises. When men find such women after a long search, they are happy and begin to discuss their future together. They want to put a ring to it. Discuss her with their family and friends. And work hard enough to win her and put things in place to bring her home.
This explains why a man who is in love is more focused than his peers. He knows that there is a responsibility ahead that requires adequate preparation. In fact, in a recent posh & Venus survey, it was discovered that 64% of single men feel they are more productive at work when they are in a relationship. Every man who genuinely loves a woman wants to provide for her and productivity at work is one way to go achieve this.