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Happiness in relationships: family, friendship and love


Produced in the pituitary gland, with a strong contribution to the feeling of happiness, oxytocin is called the hormone of love. It is what is released in the body when a mother breastfeeds her baby and when we hug someone or do good deeds. Oxytocin is intrinsically linked to love, affection, and care. In this sense, it is very important for us to strengthen ties with our family, friends, and love partners.

Mary Elbe shows in this presentation what attitudes can be taken in order to acquire habits that contribute to the production of this hormone of love and happiness.



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