What It Means If Your Sig-Other Shares Food With You

Interesting!

By Sarah Kuta on October 30, 2017
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We’ve all been there right? Out to dinner and you order something that sounds better than it is or something healthier just for our sig-other to order something that is delicious and probably not healthy. So… you ask for a bite. Or two. Well, do they oblige?

Researchers were studying chimps and found that the act of sharing food was a way of bonding and showing affection and cooperation. It releases the same feel good hormones as that bond mom and baby!! So, if your┬ásig-other doesn’t share food with you, you may not be as close as you thought. CRAZY!?

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