Music, humans, birds, romance and what they have in common

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A recent study has determined that a bird listening to a birdsong may experience the same emotions as a human. Full article by Frontiers of Evolutionary Neuroscience

Female birds in the breeding state that are listening to male birdsong, and in people listening to music that they like for male birds tough listening to another male’s song, it was a different story: They had an amygdala response that looks similar to that of people when they hear discordant, unpleasant music.

Love songs created by humans has a similar effect. Unrequited love songs causing a male to male bird response in humans and songs of new found love resembling that of a male to a female bird response.

If you have been reading our post you already know that music has the power to bring about a certain emotion in you but you can also bring about certain emotions in other people by singing to them. Find a song you know that speaks to her soul and incites romantic and positive emotions.

Combine this with smells that bring about positive emotions, bring about a treat for all the senses and make sure that those are things that bring about positive emotions in your partner.

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Be careful:

Some things may bring about memories that were once good but are also from past relationships that ended, bringing about such memories will be counterproductive at the least.

Innovate bring about new stimuli that will be associated with something that you both now have. If there is something from the past that you can use to bring about good emotions from your past anniversaries as a couple doesn’t overuse it. Our brains grow accustomed to thing fast making these things less special (certain memorable songs, aromas, etc)

At the end of the day, don’t overthink you are meant to be in a relationship to enjoy the other person pleasing someone should not be a chore but come from the heart