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The Science of Attraction
- Flirting, Sex, and How to Engineer Chemistry and Love
- Gesprochen von: Joe Hempel
- Spieldauer: 3 Std. und 17 Min.
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Subconscious and psychologically proven methods to attract the opposite sex, spark chemistry, and create feelings of affection and love.
There is a definitive science to attraction, and it turns out we've been doing it wrong...or doing it right for all the wrong reasons. This book is your textbook and field manual for (1) how to flirt better, (2) how to have better sex, and (3) how to plant the seeds of romantic love in whomever you want.
Understand the instinctual triggers of attraction.
The Science of Attraction is an in-depth look at human attraction and what draws people together. It dives into peer-reviewed research, combined with the insightful and straightforward observations of a renowned dating coach. Patrick King is an internationally best-selling author and acclaimed speaker and coach. Together, this book is the ultimate guide to inform, diagnose, and recommend highly actionable steps to take your dating life to the next level.
Find the shortcut to powerful chemistry.
Too often, we rely on our own experiences with a sample size of one, or advice from friends that are perpetually single. There's a better way - looking at the research and evidence about what we really want, not what we think we want. You'll learn why we like whom we like, and what to do about it.
- How can you learn to scientifically attract the opposite sex?
- The three types of touching you should strategically use
- How four evolutionary types of attraction are still highly relevant
- What the chase is and how to win at it
- What your flirting style is and how to take advantage of it
- Be prepared to charm every type of person
- Whether you should date someone similar or complementary to yourself
- How a focus on chemistry and love might be hurting you
- How to know exactly what you want in a partner