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By Daniela Rossi, Diego Divenuto

Come fare a capire se tra due persone c’è una affinità di coppia? E come scoprire se los angeles relazione tra due persone durerà nel tempo?

Da sempre si è cercato di rispondere a queste domande affidandosi magari agli oroscopi, alla numerologia, ai nomi o advert altre caratteristiche distintive dei due partner.

Questo book affronta l’argomento dell’affinità di coppia da una prospettiva nuova e particolarmente affascinante: quella scientifica. E' infatti ispirato e liberamente basato sugli studi della dott.ssa Helen Fisher, antropologa e docente presso los angeles Rutgers collage negli Stati Uniti, una vera pioniera nel campo della “chimica dell’amore”.

La dott.ssa Fisher ha infatti individuato quattro varied tipologie di persone sulla base del proprio sistema neuro-chimico di riferimento, ossia sulla base degli ormoni e neurotrasmettitori da cui sono maggiormente influenzati:

• l'Esploratore,
• il Direttore,
• il Costruttore,
• il Negoziatore.

L'Esploratore è legato al sistema neuro-chimico della dopamina, il Direttore a quello del testosterone, il Costruttore a quello della serotonina, e il Negoziatore a quello degli estrogeni.

L'appartenenza advert una di queste quattro tipologie sarebbe, secondo le ricerche della dott.ssa Fisher, un indicatore altamente affidabile according to comprendere in che misura possiamo essere attratti ed essere poi anche compatibili con altre persone, appartenenti alla nostra stessa tipologia o advert una tipologia differente.

Il libro è stato scritto da due esperti di relazioni di coppia, Daniela Rossi e Diego Divenuto, autori del sito training in keeping with l. a. coppia®. I due autori da diversi anni si occupano di questo argomento e possono vantare una grande conoscenza sulle compatibilità tra le persone. Daniela Rossi è psicologa e psicoterapeuta, mentre Diego Divenuto è formatore e coach.

Grazie a questo libro potrai scoprire qual è los angeles tua affinità di coppia con il tuo accomplice. Oppure, se sei invece unmarried, potrai scoprire qual è il tipo di personality con cui tu potresti avere maggiore affinità.

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Before you tackle crazy, you need to identify the ideas that distort your view of the world. In this case, I’m talking about unconscious messages you’ve internalized as a result of your life experiences, especially during childhood. In Chapter 2, I discussed how our early experiences help to define how sane we are. Ideally, we’d all receive perfect nurturing, and as a result we’d be perfectly sane. But in reality, none of us comes through our early years completely unscathed, even if we have the best of caregivers.

That’s why the first irrational person you need to talk to is yourself—and in this section, I’ll show you how. org chapter 5 Pinpointing Your Own Crazy SO FAR, I’VE talked about other people’s crazy. But that’s only half the story. Unless you’re the first entirely sane person on the planet, you’re carrying around your own suitcase full of crazy. And in order to successfully face down another person’s crazy, you first need to deal with your own. This isn’t a comfortable thing to contemplate. In fact, right now you may be feeling a strong urge to skip this chapter and get on to other people’s crazy (which is much more fun to think about).

You may start feeling and acting more emotional and angry in response to these people’s dry and logical statements and the way they cut you off with icy logic. They also have a way of causing you to feel ashamed of even having feelings. These people believe that to be in control, they need something from you that they can’t supply themselves. So they whine, wheedle, and make excuses. ” If you don’t give them what they want, often they try to control you by making you feel guilty. When these people are unrelenting, you may transition from feeling guilty and frustrated to feeling annoyed, put-upon, and ashamed of your deep desire to say something mean to them.

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