Being aware of this during dating can help women take stock of the situation and step back to see if the man is truly the best fit.
Men and women have very different chemical reactions going on in their brains during dating.
When used for oil painting were mixed with a slow-drying oil, such as linseed oil.
Other Common blue pigments made from minerals are ultramarine, cerulean blue, and Prussian blue.
Commonly referred as “Egyptian Blue,” made from COOPER and IRON OXIDES with SILICA and CALCIUM.
Blue in Egypt symbolised fertility, birth, rebirth and life.
We are told to follow our hearts, but science has shown there are actual chemical emissions and reactions in the brain related to dating.
Understanding what causes the chemical attraction that is called “chemistry” between people may make dating a bit easier.
This difference can create issues once the initial spark is gone.
From this, it was created the unique blue dye that archaeologists found in Egypt, Mesopotamia, Crete, and Santorini.
As read in Wikipedia, in the art and life of Europe during the early Middle Ages, blue as a colour had no important role.
That really excited “in love” feeling that happens when two people first realize they are in love is actually a chemical response that happens in the brain.
It occurs when neuro-chemicals like adrenaline flood into the brain. Harville Hendrix, chemicals like phenylethylamine, dopamine, and norepenephrine stimulate the production of adrenaline.