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Darcy Cole - Seduce Me How To Ignite Your Partners Passion (825.0 Kb eBook)

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All across America there has been a renewed commitment to long-term relationships. Understanding that 50% of marriages will end in divorce, more and more couples are seeking professional counseling and training to learn the skills necessary to keep their relationships intact. Yet, many are dissatisfied with the sexual component of their relationships. The National Health and Social Life Survey determined that 43% of women and 31% of men have some type of sexual dysfunction. Moreover, experts estimate that over 40 million wom... More >>>
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Publisher:  PUA Media Library
Category:   Art Of Seduction
Author:      Darcy Cole
Format:      eBook
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All across America there has been a renewed commitment to long-term relationships. Understanding that 50% of marriages will end in divorce, more and more couples are seeking professional counseling and training to learn the skills necessary to keep their relationships intact. Yet, many are dissatisfied with the sexual component of their relationships. The National Health and Social Life Survey determined that 43% of women and 31% of men have some type of sexual dysfunction. Moreover, experts estimate that over 40 million women have lost their desire for sex! What is happening with these relationships? Why do so many committed couples struggle with such an essential and pleasurable part of their relationship?

It turns out that in addition to psychological and sociological factors, our biochemistry plays a role. A great deal has been written to help couples understand relationships from a psychological point of view, but not as much about the biological forces that significantly impact our sexual arousal processes. Scientists have discovered that certain biochemicals increase our desire for sex and others decrease it. And while researchers are discovering more every day, not enough of what scientists have already determined -- and how couples can apply this research -- has been broadly disseminated to the general public. Until now. Hormones and neurotransmitters affect the way we think, act and feel. We're all familiar with adrenaline, which surges in response to threatening situations. For instance, if we suddenly perceive danger, adrenaline is released as our fight or flight response system kicks in, causing our hearts to beat faster and our blood pressure to rise. We start taking short quick breaths and our senses become more acute as our bodies prepare for rapid response. People pumped with adrenaline have been known to perform superhuman acts. Eventually, the threat of danger disappears and our bodies return to normal. The initiation of the adrenaline process is not a conscious one. We don't tell - Darcy A. Cole

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Using her background in health care management, business consulting and writing, Darcy Cole explores a topics relevant to all couples involved in long-term relationships. Specifically, Darcy Cole employs her considerable experience in researching and aquiring knowledge from state-of-the-art science and adapting it for practical application by relevant populations. Having achieved both failure and success in long-term relationships, Darcy Cole applies scientific research, anecdotal evidence, and personal experience. Darcy Cole received her MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School of Management.