New scientific evidence over the last two decades indicates that we may have genetic and chromosomal markers for monogamy and non-monogamy. These markers may specifically control our dopamine-oxytocin link when we mate sexually and emotionally with a partner. It may work this way: for all of us, mating (sex and intimacy) activates genetic markers that connect our brain's dopamine-flooded reward chemistry with our sexual and emotional chemistry. For some of us though, those markers may only activate with a single partner once we find that partner. But for others, those markers and that dopamine chemistry may not activate with a single partner but continue to activate with multiple partners. Thus, you may marry someone who promises to beRead More »from Is He Biologically Destined to Cheat?