LOVEx10 Course February 13, 2016

LOVEx10 Course February 13, 2016

Multiply your love with this LOVE x 10 course and get a free copy of Love 301: How to Love Yourself included with your tuition. Register Now for LOVEx10: what kind of love do you have (and how to get more of the good stuff). What better way to spend your Valentine’s Day Eve? LOVEx10 includes portions of Love 101, 102, 103, 104 and 105, […]

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Love Languages

Love Languages

Explanations about how love works are all fine and good, but ideas don’t make much difference until you put them into action. That’s what love languages are all about. Love languages is an idea popularized by Gary Chapman’s books that identify five specific ways that people show love, based on what they value. Some people give gifts, others say nice things, share quality time, do […]

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Romantic Love Counterfeits

Romantic Love Counterfeits

Romantic love is one of the most powerful forces on earth, and because it’s also quite complex and confusing, several common styles of counterfeits exist. First, let’s review the Top Three reasons why we’re collectively so confused about romantic love: People don’t understand their emotions. They’re like a foreign language that most people only speak a few words of: happy, sad, angry, frustrated, etc. When […]

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Chemistry vs. Compatibility

Chemistry vs. Compatibility

When you really hit it off in a new relationship, we call that “chemistry,” and we’re 100% correct in doing so, because Romantic Love is largely built on chemicals – hormones and neuropeptides that make us feel elated, excited and blissful. The problem with these chemicals is that they mostly just care about persuading you to have sex and propagate the species. They’re notoriously poor […]

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Love is a Chemical Reaction

Love is a Chemical Reaction

Science has recently taken an interest in discovering exactly what love consists of. Modern technology like fMRIs have revealed several useful aspects of what generates love within our bodies, but they acknowledge that such information doesn’t begin to explain exactly what love really is, especially real love. Much of the measurable biology of love can be interpreted as motivation to procreate and/or retain lasting relationships. […]

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