Science agrees, True Love can Last
Scientists have concluded that people can, in reality, have a love that lasts a lifetime.
Out of the couples interviewed when shown a picture of their loved one ten percent had chemical reactions in their brains similar to that which occurs in the early stages of a new romance.
Using brain scans, researchers at Stony Brook University in New York have discovered a small number of couples respond with as much passion after 20 years together as most people only do during the early throes of romance, Britain's Sunday Times newspaper reported.
Of course, this also means that 90% of the couples did not have that sweet chemical bliss when shown pictures of their spouse. But compared to previous research, which suggested that there was no romantic love whatsoever after a decade of togetherness, this is good news.
Regardless, you probably don't need scientists imput to tell you how you feel. Here's hoping we all find that love that lasts a lifetime.