Given that romance is so central to human life, it’s no surprise that people put a lot of energy into analyzing their relationships and romantic prospects. What has been missing from these efforts though, is a deep grasp of how this part of life really works.
Esteem Dynamics has changed all of that.
This new vision of human psychology, presented here, can provide you with a spectacular new roadmap – insights to help you make better decisions in the complex arena of love and romance.
Whether you are searching for a partner or trying to understand and work through issues in your current relationship, it is critical to understand your own motivational secrets – hidden even from you until now. Now, for the first time in human history, these hidden undercurrents have become well understood through the field of Esteem Dynamics.
Sometimes a loving relationship begins turning into something less. At these times, being able to understand the deepest, most elemental reasons as to why this is happening and what you can do about it, can result in real, permanent solutions and a more joyous, rewarding life.
Is long-term satisfying love possible for us as people? Does it sometimes fade when it didn’t have to? Is it sometimes the right thing to do to let go? Why do good girls often love bad boys? Why are the people that we are most interested in usually not interested in us? And on the other frustrating hand, why are the ones that are so hot on us usually not very interesting?
These and many other questions can be unlocked and answered through the new understanding of how we actually work as humans. Nothing could be more useful than knowing how love really works – and why – to help us with these situations.
As an example, it is now known why most of the people that find us exciting are not very exciting to us. We will explore the keys characteristics that predict long-term relationship satisfaction, and how to look for those on a first date. And we will reveal the surprising traps sitting inside human motivational systems, goading people into exciting but often poor decisions.
It turns out there are great biological reasons why good girls love bad boys, and about why we might seek an exciting unstable partner over a less exciting and more reliable one. It can pay huge dividends to understand these natural tendencies, so that we can focus more successfully on what choices are likely to lead to the best that life has to offer.
Love and attraction are actually being guided by scientific principles, and understanding these inner motivations can be enormously helpful. Human passion is partly guided by the search for a partner with excellent genes. Whether you ever plan to have children or not, you inherited this equipment, and it guides your search process every day, often unknown or unrealized by you.
Understanding how and why we choose mates is enormously beneficial. Here we open up the inner world of human romance and sex, the seeking of love, and the maze of human desires that nature inscribed into us. Of all the insights from this new perspective that have electrified the world of psychology, none are more important, or more useful, than those that help us know better what love is all about.
These insights, and many more like them, have been derived from the startling contemporary vision of Esteem Dynamics that explains why certain characteristics are attractive, and others are not. With this new powerful lens into human nature, we can now understand why flirting when you aren’t serious is really serious business, how to stop a good relationship from sliding into an average one, and how to give yourself the best chance to find a great partner.
One of the greatest and most exciting experiences you can ever have is to gain insight into yourself in a way that has never before been possible until now. The extraordinary fresh perspective that we explore here offers a clarity to our viewers and listeners that previously has never been known to the human heart and mind.