"Love at first sight" may still be a myth, but apparently "undying love" has a scientific foundation.
Suzanne Bernstein said she and her husband, Sidney, eat side-by-side when they go out, always walk hand-in-hand, and begin and end each day with "I love you."
The couple from Weehawken, N.J., have been married 18 years and Suzanne said the relationship is as passionate as when they first met.
Now research exists to support her claim.
Stony Brook University researchers looked at the brains of Bernstein and 16 other people who had been married an average of 20 years and claimed to be still intensely in love. They found that their MRIs showed activity in the same regions of the brain as those who had just fallen in love.
It can take a while, but science eventually catches up with what everyone already knows.
... a previous phone survey of several hundred people in long-term relationships she and Aron conducted found about 35 percent rated their feeling for their partners as very intense.
"We were shocked," she said. "We hadn't predicted it would be that high."
It's sad that relationships among some scientists are apparently so empty! I can attest that your humble author, at least, is as in love with his wife as when they first met.