Chemistry in dating relationships

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We get used to our father’s sense of humor or our mother’s brand of affection and use this to build our list.

“People rate the body odors of people with MHC genes dissimilar from their own as more attractive,” Haselton says.

Those initial feelings were spot on for Sumin, happily married now for 50 years to that man.

But how, in such short order, could she have known?

And if you have clients complaining of “lack of chemistry” in their relationships, it might be that all they need is to learn better rapport skills.

When we’re looking for love, we often look for specific characteristics: a sense of humor, perhaps, or financial solvency and kindness.

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