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Everyman's Field Guide to the Chemistry of Love, Sex & Attraction:: A Man's Guide to Body Chemistry Sexual Wellness [Kindle Edition]

David Mandios , Dan Terry

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Book Description

The Chemistry of Love & Sex is a thorough yet fun, easy read introducing the body’s magical chemistry of dating, love, sex and relationship hormones, pheromones, and neurotransmitters. More than a book about the bio-science of the human, the series is a how to guide to using our chemistry to "make the butterflies" of attraction, love and bonding happen.

Like nature guides, each chemical is summarized with a visual icon system that quickly identifies the nature of the chemical, the body systems it deals with, how it impacts mood, and whether it’s a male or female or both chemical. Then each chemical is defined and described in how it affects the process of love, relationship bonding and or sexual arousal and performance.

There are four books in the series: “Becoming Her Sex God’s Guide to Butterflies.”

The others available (or soon to be) on Kindle are Book 2 – Altered States: Effects of Drugs & Medicines on Human Sexual Chemistry; Book 3 – Aphrodisiacs and Supplements; and Book 4 — Making Butterflies with Body Chemistry. Each of the books in the series is designed to build on each of the others.

Book two deals with what happens when outside medications or drugs interact or interfere with the natural chemical processes in the body. Each major drug or medicine type is identified and discussed with regards to how it alters the body’s normal working chemical systems. (Coming soon)
Book three identifies and discusses how various foods and herbs and supplements long recognized as having aphrodisiac or sexual enhancement effects interact with the body’s own chemistry. Each, like in book one, is summarized with a visual icon system showing what systems are affected, whether it works for males or females or both and assigned a ‘rating’ from one to ten of aphrodisiac effectiveness based on the three key variables of attraction, arousal and readiness. (coming soon)

Book Four, Making Butterflies with Body Chemistry answers the question of all who date, wish to be in or are in a romantic or sexual relationship. It goes into ways we can wrest some control over our bodily chemistry to help us along in this confusing game of love and life. It offers simple, safe and practical ways to use what we have been given to attract and sustain richer relationships and enjoy more pleasurable and happy love lives. Available now.

All are available on the Kindle platform.


Product Details

  • File Size: 1646 KB
  • Print Length: 205 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Dreamstream Productions Publishing; 2 edition (May 28, 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0091KZXES
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,271,258 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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More About the Author

The author under a different penname has penned, published or produced multiple screenplays, several ebooks, television pilot scripts, web blogs and articles, chapters or studies in academic research journals, magazines, and books. He holds a Masters in Journalism and was a professor of mass communications for nearly two decades.

He writes about things he's curious and passionate about which includes art, music, psychology, photography, film, creativity, advertising, science, and the human nature and condition.

Invited to speak at the Hollywood Symposium, he was introduced as a modern renaissance man. He's earned dozens of national and regional awards in teaching, art, animation, and design.

His work in film and television includes credits in producing, directing, cinematography, production design, special effects, CGI animation, writing, and acting. He's appeared in character roles in about a dozen feature films, on America's Most Wanted, and PBS's KLVX as Mark Twain.

In print he's been called, "one of the best 3D artists in the world" (Brad Fregger in "Lucky That Way").

He's performed musically in a score of ensembles across the genres of blues, country, rock, jazz, gospel, stage, and symphonic, on bass, guitar or Hammond B3. He's performed with or otherwise worked with on musical projects: legendary bassist, Slam Stewart, John Adams with the original John Denver Band, Rush, The Sensational Royal Lights Gospel Singers, Red White & Blues, the Texas State Symphony Orchestra, Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, John Sebastian and jazz great Les Paul.

In his spare time he's been known to build and design innovative guitars and another instruments, mixing art, sculpture and technology that creates music.

For over a quarter century he's undertaken extensive study, independently as well as at grad and post grad levels, of human psychology, behavior, and interpersonal relationships. His series of books now available on Kindle on the Chemistry of Attraction, Sex and Love is the gift result of some of that study.

He's can be reached and booked for speaking engagements and interviews through the publishing company of this book.

The author, writing under the penname of David Mandios lives and loves in Austin, TX. The decision to write under a pseudonym was made to provide some degree of normalcy, privacy and protection for family and close friends whose lives would be unjustly and adversely affected by extensive public celebrity.

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