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					LOVE AND THE CHEMISTRY OF
LOVE
I recently read that love is entirely a
matter of chemistry. That must be
why my wife treats me like toxic
waste.


                 David Bissonette
"The meeting of two personalities is
 like the contact of two chemical
 substances: if there is any reaction,
 both are transformed."
                   Carl Gustav Jung
THE CHEMISTRY OF LOVE
VOCABULARY – FIND THE WORDS WHICH
MEAN THE SAME AS THE FOLLOWING.

 little by little, steadily    longing, desire = c____
  = g_________                  love = a_________
 dare, try, risk = v____       evaluate, judge,
 first, early, original =       measure = a______
  i_________                    because of = d___ t__
 redden, blush, go red
  = f___________
 ecstasy = 1. b_______

              2. r_________
 little by little, steadily    longing, desire =
  = gradually                    craving
 dare, try, risk =             love = affection
  venture                       evaluate, judge,
 first, early, original =       measure = assess
  initial                       because of = due to
 redden, blush, go red
  = flush
 ecstasy = 1. bliss

              2. rapture
WORDBUILDING - ANSWERS
1)   A few months back, while at office, I felt sudden
     giddiness so was taken to a cardiologist.
2)   He was very nervous and his palms were sweaty.
3)   Drinking coffee late at night can sometimes cause
     sleeplessness.
4)   Drug addiction has become a big problem.
5)   Alphablend does not heighten the skin's sensitivity to
     the sun.
6)   The scans showed increased blood flow in areas of the
     brain with high concentrations of receptors for
     dopamine.
THE CHEMICAL BONDING
ARE WE ALONE IN LOVE
 keep = m_______             calm = s________
 limits, restrictions =      protected = s________
  b_______                    bring on, cause = i_______
 hinder, obstruct = i____    to live or spend a lot of time
 weaken, die away =           in one place = h_____ o____
  f________                   structure= m________
 affection = a_______        strengthening = r_______
 surge = r______

 to develop or increase
  sth gradually= b___ u__
 keep = maintain            calm = soothe
 limits, restrictions =     protected = secure
  boundaries                 bring on, cause = induce
 hinder, obstruct =         to live or spend a lot of time
  interfere                   in one place = hang out
 weaken, die away =         structure= makeup
  fade                       strengthening =
 affection = attachment      reinforcement
 surge = rush

 to develop or increase
  sth gradually= build up
 Alcohol dependency is when the body becomes
  accustomed to having alcohol present in your body, and
  when it is not present you get a craving for a drink.
 You need to have good interpersonal skills for this job
  because you will work in a team.
 Labor contractions are the periodic tightening and
  relaxing of the uterine muscle.
 We spent an enjoyable weekend at our friends’ cottage.

 Positive reinforcement can help you correct undesirable
  behavior and improve communication with your children.

				
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