To Lust Or Not To Lust?

This week, Lexi and I ask the question, “To Lust or Not To Lust?”
This show is about LUST:
– What is Lust?
– Where does Lust come from?
– Can we control our Lust?
– Is there too much or not enough Lust in your life?
Since lust has gotten a pretty bad rap through history, we wanted to talk about where lust comes from and why we feel that insanely strong feeling.

There are a number of definitions of “Lust”, but this one from Psychology Today seems to sum it up pretty well…
Pure lust is based solely on physical attraction and fantasy–it often dissipates when the “real person” surfaces. It’s the stage of wearing rose colored glasses when he or she “can do no wrong.” Being in love doesn’t exclude lust. In fact, lust can lead to love.
Not surprisingly, the feeling of lust is all about body chemicals, brought on by a cocktail of hormones that provide a rush of intense emotions.

A study by Helen Fisher of Rutgers University proposes three stages of Love with “Lust” being the first stage.

But, the interesting part about her study is what she has as the second stage…
What is the Purpose of Lust?
The purpose of lust has been to keep the human race multiplying…it’s purpose is to get people worked up to have sex ,which leads to babies, which leads to a continuation of the species.

Nowadays, we don’t really need to think like a caveman, but we still, instinctually get those feelings of lust…so what do with do with all of that?
That’s the question Lex and I chat about as well as:
– The dangers of expecting the feelings of lust to last into a developing relationship.
– The amazing power of online dating in creating “addictive relationships” based on lust
– And, lastly, we share the powerful tool known as the “3 C’s ” in order to turn your strong feelings of lust into something amazing.

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