How To Get Over Someone You Hooked Up With But Didn't Actually Date
Boris Jovanovic Feel incredibly connected to that one-night stand you had, or guy you hooked up with only a few times but never saw again? Well, there's actually a scientific reason for that. According to a study published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, sex motivates you to disclose some of your deepest, darkest secrets turns out it's not just the booze! I've always thought having sex on the first date was a great idea!
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