Keyed-Up About His Love Story - Interaction Of The Sexes



Working Title: Interaction Of The Sexes 1st Series

Category: Intimacy

Interaction Of The Sexes is a book penned by Author Everton Elliott, who aims to help people understand the underlying forces that govern friendship and security in their relationship. If there’s one important area that many struggle with, along with good help is quite hard to find, it’s probably keeping an intimate relationship from dating all the way throughout one’s lifetime partnership.

The good news is author Everton Elliott is here to help reveal the breakthrough ideas related to strategic mating, dating, and lovemaking scenarios. Interaction of the Sexes does it in a quite unique way of expressing in the dating and relationship series, and has met its clarity with enthusiasm and vigorous discussions.

Inspirationally, here is a (5) five books series where "Interaction of The Sexes" becomes the “Theme Name”, it is the first in Everton’s series. The story is created by the author especially to work as a tool, intended to transform intimate personal relationships into good quality conduct of a monogamous relationship. As the author who is clearly passionate about the subject commented; he’s hoping readers will “take a look at the concepts he’s presenting and get the value out of them to have and keep stronger, more rewarding relationships”.

While this story explores all the dynamics of controlling interpersonal relationships and the conflicts people experience within their Intimate relationship. It also delivers a powerful message, revealing to each and every reader the requirements it takes to apply its principles to life’s stages of intimacy. This is a mission we all must take extremely sincerely and is intended to be used as a lifelong directory for keeping a healthy long-term intimate relationship.

In his story "Interaction Of The Sexes", the author further discussed the ways people evolve when they develop an intimate relationship with a single sexually intimate partner. The story also explores the tendency in certain people to have multiple sexual partners at the same time. The author also further discusses the adaptations people have whether they go for short term or long term sexual relationships along their mating strategies. The author states that studies conducted on other polygamous primates suggest that human beings show the same adaptive behavioral traits when it comes to short term mating tendencies. Human beings have also shown a considerable inclination towards developing extramarital intimate relationships as well as a behavior of jealousy across time and cultural backgrounds.

The book suggests that over hundreds and thousands of years, humans have developed psychologically, anthropologically, and neurologically into looking for and developing long term monogamous partnerships. There is also an incentive within the human society for people to be responsible in relationships and develop a better mating strategy so that superior quality of sexual relationships can be created. This is important as most people are trying to find a balance in their relationship between what they can give and what they can receive. Through such an in-depth analysis, the author aims to help people see that there is a way to make the change towards the quality of their relationship so that they can come out of a situation where they consider their partnership to be sluggish and/or unsatisfactory. In this way, people who are having major problems in their relationships or are on the verge of a divorce can change things around for the betterment of enjoying a long term relationship. The language of the book is simple and is intended to help everyone improve the quality of their relationship.

The Real Deal - Code Of The Sexes!


Working Title: CODE OF THE SEXES - 2nd Series

Category: Intimacy

This scenario will provide a pattern of short-term as well as long-term mating and dating strategies, by using an example of two young lovers to show the trade-off commitments these two lovers are willing to practice to create their own pathway throughout their lifetime.

Here we will see Nate as a fully matured young man at the time who was in his late twenties and following up with an intense female inmate. She was one of his “Spanish Language Classmates”, in a socializing event at New York University. After the first class, he gets to talk to this young student by the name Rhea.

The Facts Here Could Be Extremely Diverse

Since this story is based on for the most part some of my own life experience, I am sure if you stick with me I’ll be able to walk you through this easily. It is of no doubt that whether we were evolved to be the people who practice of having one single intimate sexual partner, during the period of our lifetime. Or individuals who having more than one sexual partner at the same time?

In this illustration we will come to the grips as to whether they were evolved to be the individuals who will participate in the practice of having one single sexual partner, during a period of time they were not together. Or whether if they will be the type of human who practice of having more than one sexual partner at the same time and the differences that could set them to be apart?

This story plot is set to eventually help us to conclude a statement of why we have adaptations for short term, as well as long term mating strategies. This story in its fullest is really presented and based on two people, a young man named Nate and a young lady named Rhea. It is set to prove a point as well as to help readers transform their intimate personal relationships into good quality conduct of a monogamous relationship.

Nevertheless, some report indicated that most relationships in the world around us today are within society having one sexual partner. While others are shown indication of being in the multi-mating systems. But there are yet some people who are typically having more than one sexual partner at the same time.

However, from comparing humans with other polygamous primates, gives evidence showing indications that humans have the same adaptive traits for short term mating strategies. Humans have also shown a force in their behavior of extramarital sexual relationship, poaching and at the same time shown to be jealous across cultures confirming these adaptations.

Still, abundant psychological, neurological, anthropological evidence has shown that humans have evolved its adaptations for long term monogamous relationships. It can also be proven that as human; one should take the responsibility as a mate in their relationship to act with a better mating strategy on their part to promote a better quality of sexual relationship. You see; for the most part, most of us humans are trying to use mating as finding the best trade-off between what they can get for what they can invest.

So, they are trying to keep track of what is out there, what they need to find, what they and their partner are willing and able to give or receive. While this has become an adaptive approach, it does not have to be that way. It is just a matter of being prejudiced about mating, dating and lovemaking why we are keeping that into our own rational thought.