Is Gender Specific Scientific Relationship Help Really Magic?
Welcome back to the Easy Key to Life and another installment of Gender Brain Science™. The development of this communication tool resulted after working for years with my hypnotherapy clients. My work with Dr. John Gray, Mars/Venus relationship expert, also contributed to my work. This research study on gender brain chemistry helps both genders connect on an entirely new level.
Can the magic of gender chemistry really help? Yes, it can! But, it’s not really magic. It’s the results that are magical.
Learning Gender Brain Science™ is an amazing breakthrough in relationship compatibility. But, there is a lot to learn about it. To make things easier on yourself regarding how to develop compatibility strategies in your relationships, please review archived blogs on my website.
When it comes to creating and sustaining meaningful relationships, it all comes down to brain chemistry and the “magic” of needs fulfillment between couples. This science-based research effectively answers the question, “Can the magic of Gender Brain Chemistry really help?” Read on to find out.
His & her brains are very similar in design and chemical make-up. You may ask, well, if they are so similar, why do they collide when it comes to relationships? Let’s take a closer look at this question.
Misperceptions, Misinterpretations, Needs Fulfillment
Collisions between people happen because the genders are thinking and talking to the opposite gender using the wrong, gender-specific language. In other words, men are speaking to women like they are men and vice versa. No wonder couples are confused.
The science of relationships is well-established. However, new research shows technological advances to see behavior and reactions at the cellular level. Researchers confirm that brain design, structure, gender-specific functioning and chemical make-up are related to gender traits, nature and needs fulfillment.
Research has shown male and female response to everyday stress is directly related to the success or failure of relationships. Stress affects brain chemical levels which lead to misinterpretations and misperceptions of behavior and feelings between couples. This snowball effect ultimately prevents our gender needs from being fulfilled, and collisions happen.
For a moment, reflect on past relationship mistakes. These mistakes happened for reasons you might have been unaware of until now. Imagine how you can use this new information so history does not repeat itself regarding your relationships. Finally, you would be connected to a meaningful, respectful and compatible companion.
Basic Gender Differences and Needs
Let’s concede that acceptance and understanding gender differences can at times be challenging. This lends to the fact that maintaining a healthy, mutually satisfying relationship, requires effort from both parties.
The fact remains, men and women are very different in their response to stress and in their needs. Men and women will always be different because these are innate traits we humans are born with. Embrace the differences and resist trying to change him/her. Failure to heed to this advice surely will be the root of all your communication and relationship collisions.
In response to stress, men tend to “check out” and may seem to ignore their problems. This activity restores stress hormone (testosterone) blood levels. Women want to connect with others and talk about their problems. By engaging others and asking questions, she replenishes her anti-stress hormone blood levels (oxytocin.)
These times of stress can be misinterpreted by our partner. He checks out because men need alone time for meeting their biological needs of testosterone hormone replacement. This behavior does NOT mean he is avoiding you or is choosing not to talk to you. It certainly doesn’t mean he loves you less or has found another. It means he’s following his innate, male programming instruction coming from his chemicals to replenish testosterone.
Men may interpret her desire to talk and ask questions as being needy or insecure. A man may even go further and think she has lost her appreciation of how hard he works to provide for the family and household. These examples reflect natural misunderstandings of gender different tendencies.
He’s more likely to take risks while she’s frugal and wants security. He’s impulsive and she asks questions to meet her need for security. It isn’t a case of her mistrusting him, nor is he merely negating her feelings or wishes. Again, innate gender tendencies we must embrace, or we will jump to unrealistic and false conclusions.
Your Next Step
My name is Beverly Taylor and I can help you avoid the mistakes preventing your relationships from thriving. You can call me at (209)910-EASY (3279) or (866)326 EASY, M-F, 9-5 PST if you have any questions. Se habla espanol. Or visit my website and arrange a consultation at http://easykeytolife.com