Sexual Chemistry Excerpt:
The evening began promising enough. David, an executive with a Fortune 500 company, went out on a date with Yvonne, a young attorney. David spared no expense for the evening. They went to dinner at a four star restaurant and then attended the hottest play in town. David planned the evening for weeks. He was very enamored with Yvonne who not only had brains but was also built like a dancer from a music video. His plan was to make love to her to cap off the evening. Yvonne had a great time at dinner and thoroughly enjoyed the play. At the end of the evening David suggested going back to his townhouse. Yvonne simply wanted to go home. David thought she wanted to have sex at her place. When they got there Yvonne thanked him for a nice evening and gave him a kiss on the cheek. She said she’d call him in a couple of weeks. David is left standing at the door confused.
On the drive home David asked himself over and over again what went wrong. According to what he had heard and read, a man like him was what all women wanted. He had two degrees, made a six-figure salary, he drove a late model import automobile, and he had an expensive townhouse. On top of that he was considered handsome, he had a decent build, and he dressed well. He could not figure out what went wrong.
Yvonne on the other hand wondered why she didn’t want to take things further with David. He had all the bells and whistles but there was something missing.
In this scenario everything was right except for one thing: David did not turn on Yvonne sexually.
A key component in a relationship between two individuals is sexual chemistry. In other words two people in a relationship can turn on each other sexually. For all the relationship books and videos on the market very few address the issue of sexual chemistry. The books that do address this issue usually do so either in a superficial way which turns out not to be very helpful or in a clinical way which takes the passion out of it. This book will address the issue of sexual chemistry differently from other books on the market.
So what is sexual chemistry?
Simply put, sexual chemistry is the process of arousing a member of the opposite sex. A person’s body reacts to stimulus from another person.
Their hormones and other body functions change to prepare their bodies for sexual intercourse. There will be changes in breathing and body temperature. In the man, blood will rush into the penis causing an erection and the woman’s nipples will become harder and her vagina will become wet.
Sexual chemistry, however, is more than body functions. It’s how men and women react and respond to each other in everyday life. This book will explore this concept.