10 Signs That You Should Get Back Together

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Sometimes breaking up is the right thing to do….and other times it’s a mistake. Here’s how to tell if you should get back together:

 

1.    You miss them. This is a pretty straightforward sign that maybe you were wrong to break up. It’s natural to miss anyone that isn’t in your life anymore, but sometimes you miss them so much that you know that you want them back.

2.    You’re both available. If neither one of you have moved on after breaking up, maybe there’s a reason why. If either of you really wanted to be with other people then why are you still single? Maybe you’re keeping yourself available in hopes that you’ll get back together.

3.    You still have positive feelings. If you don’t hate your ex or have feelings of bitterness or hurt, but instead have lots of positive memories, maybe you shouldn’t have broken up. When you think of them, if you think of only positive things then it could be a sign that there are still good things to come from your relationship.

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This is another PET image, but this time comparing the brain of a non-smoker to a smoker and with a different radioligand.  This time, it is not measuring glucose metabolism but instead MAO-B (monoamine oxidase type B) levels. MAO-B breaks down dopamine in the brain.  There is something about smoking that hinders the breakdown of dopamine, the feel-good neurotransmitter that is the culprit in addiction (pretty much all drugs of addiction skyrocket dopamine levels in the brain- which is not to say that dopamine itself is bad, it’s actually very important, but such high levels due to a foreign compound cause that compound to be addicting).  This is probably the way that smoking is addictive, because it will increase the levels of dopamine in the brain by hindering dopaminergic breakdown.  You can see that smoking has a huge effect on MAO-B levels.
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neurolove:

This is another PET image, but this time comparing the brain of a non-smoker to a smoker and with a different radioligand.  This time, it is not measuring glucose metabolism but instead MAO-B (monoamine oxidase type B) levels. MAO-B breaks down dopamine in the brain.  There is something about smoking that hinders the breakdown of dopamine, the feel-good neurotransmitter that is the culprit in addiction (pretty much all drugs of addiction skyrocket dopamine levels in the brain- which is not to say that dopamine itself is bad, it’s actually very important, but such high levels due to a foreign compound cause that compound to be addicting).  This is probably the way that smoking is addictive, because it will increase the levels of dopamine in the brain by hindering dopaminergic breakdown.  You can see that smoking has a huge effect on MAO-B levels.

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