There are so many myths about romance and love ingrained in the minds of the young generation by the media, Bollywood and many other sources. The world of media represents love and romance as a feeling or emotion that lasts forever. But is that the true picture?
Dr. Lokesh Babu, who is a psychiatrist based out of Tumkur, Karnataka, shares the physiological and psychological mechanism behind love in romantic relationships.
This Valentine’s Day, learn about the intricate nature of love and romance and the myths around it. As much as we try to deny, love in real life is not even a close reflection of what we see in movies and shows. Love is a physiological as well as a psychological concept. Love and romance is also influenced by other factors such as society, family, financial factors and more. These factors have also led to evolution of love and romance across different generations
To understand the same, Dr. Lokesh Babu, joins this conversation with MHT where he busts the myths around love and romance and educates us in the right direction. Moreover, he explains the nature and importance of intimacy and the role it plays in a romantic relationship. Watch the full video shared below for some myth busting about love.
About Dr. Lokesh Babu
Dr. Lokesh Babu is a psychiatrist based out of Tumkur, Karnataka. He has been practising psychiatry for more than 18 years. Dr. Lokesh specialises in marital counseling, sexual counseling, addictive behavioural psychiatry, personality grooming and more.
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