the "love drug;" pheromones, which are produced from DHEA and result in sensuality, a sense of well-being, and comfort; and oxytocin, or the cuddle hormone that's released when people get physically close.So why do we have that heart-fluttering reaction with some people and not others?
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What if your first impression falls somewhere in the middle? If there's something nagging you to give them a second shot, listen to your instinct. Maybe you failed to find the contexts or common ground that would help us to connect, Mc Nulty says.
Turns out a lot of people go with their gut, even if their first impression wasn't great: Another study published in the found that when people formed a negative initial impression of a date, 43 percent still wanted to give it another go.