When You Meet Your Soulmate, This Is What Happens


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When You Meet Your Soulmate, This Is What Happens

When You Meet Your Soulmate, This Is What Happens

Oxytocin isn’t the only hormone at play during the attachment phase, as vasopressin levels also increase during this time, according to psychologist Dr. Erica G. Rojas. And of course, vasopressin has impacts and effects that are different from other hormones and chemicals in your body.

So, what exactly does vasopressin do that’s unlike everything else? “Vasopressin is a vital hormone that promotes long-lasting relationships,” she told The List. “It has been shown to regulate interpersonal functioning, create larger social networks, facilitate greater spousal support, inform better attachment security, and support less negative communication in partners.” That’s one hard-working chemical!

Vasopressin functions in a particular way when you meet your soulmate, too. “As a result, when we have found our soulmate we most likely are in the attachment stage, which brings an overall feeling of calmness, security, comfort, and desire to protect one another,” Dr. Rojas added. No wonder soulmates feel so good around each other, even as time goes by.

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