Is romantic love stronger than a sexual urge? And were we built to be happy for a lifetime, or just long enough to reproduce with someone?

In this 23-minute TED Talk (which was filmed in 2006 and has been viewed over 2.7million times), renowned anthropologist, Dr. Helen Fisher, explores the answers to these interesting questions, while looking at the evolution of human emotions in response to our three primary drives of lust, romantic love and deep attachment.

This video is a must-see as not only does it explain how we sometimes get love and lust mixed up, but it provides great insight into a topic us humans have forever been both confused over and infatuated with: love.

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