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Why do some people smell better to you? A look at how human body odor influences sexual attraction. (ARTICLE: psychologytoday.com)

After long dismissing the search for a human pheromone as folly, scientists have begun to take a second look at how human body odor influences sexual attraction. The magic scent is not some romantic elixir but the aromatic effluence of our immune system. The only trouble is we don’t give it half a chance. Read more →

Communication in relationships comes up a lot in personal and professional coaching sessions. In their quests for a fulfilling, successful, accomplished, meaningful lives; my clients have to interact with the opposite sex – it’s true. And in doing so, they often get smacked in the head with the differences in communicative style and focus of their opposite sex partner. Not knowing the most fundamental differences in masculine and feminine communication is like trying to speak American English in Ireland. A lot of information will translate; and quite a bit of it won’t. So here are the basics. Take what’s useful for your own professional development and self-improvement. These tips work at home and on the job. Read more →

  • Androstadienone – the “love” pheromone. Well known for causing feelings of affection, the “fallout” effect (causes a crush on the wearer), and a longing for the wearers presence. Makes women feel uplifted, comforted, contented, and protected. Also known for making the wearer appear more attractive (studies in full summary).

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Pheromones are natural chemical compounds that the body produces in order to transmit certain information about us to others. Pheromones are smelled unwittingly by the Jacobson’s organ, it is located in the nose, a man without knowing, that he smells something, at the same time gets a lot of information about the source of the smell. Same as in Advertisement, the subconscious captures some information and a person does not really know that. Read more →

All pheromone chemicals are assigned a nomenclature based upon their alpha, beta, gamma, and delta attributes. These attributes define the psychological profile of any given pheromone chemical. This information is useful when selecting the appropriate components of a pheromone formula, and allows for one to model whether the formula will be primarily alpha or beta driven, and for what purpose the formula may be applied.

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