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 Today is my b day feb 28th, and i started to think about my chodey days before RSD. I remember i couldnt get girls in high school and i was just sick of being how i was. I was needy, reaction seeking and all the other things that define a chode. thanks to RSD things have gotten better. Whats funny is i still look the same as i did in high school but i carry myself differently since i refer to my T.A.B method, which is Think alpha, Act alpha, Be alpha. Women are saying im cute when my looks havent changed just my personality.  I still have my insecure moments and im looking for that core confidence. Im glad that im a total different person then i was. People try and chode me out in social situations in my old town and now they cant do it anymore. whenever i think of my past and its "chode moments", i always think that the past does not equal the future. Thanks RSD and the community that embrasses the chode and turns them into alpha males.
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Some of you may have already read this article, but i thought this was interesting and i wanted to share it with you all.

"CHICAGO – "Chemistry look what you've done to me," Donna Summer crooned in Science of Love, and so, it seems, she was right. Just in time for Valentine's Day, a panel of scientists examined the mystery of what happens when hearts throb and lips lock. Kissing, it turns out, unleashes chemicals that ease stress hormones in both sexes and encourage bonding in men, though not so much in women.

Chemicals in the saliva may be a way to assess a mate, Wendy Hill, dean of the faculty and a professor of neuroscience at Lafayette College, told a meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science on Friday.

In an experiment, Hill explained, pairs of heterosexual college students who kissed for 15 minutes while listening to music experienced significant changes in their levels of the chemicals oxytocin, which affects pair bonding, and cortisol, which is associated with stress. Their blood and saliva levels of the chemicals were compared before and after the kiss.

Both men and women had a decline in cortisol after smooching, an indication their stress levels declined.

For men, oxytocin levels increased, indicating more interest in bonding, while oxytocin levels went down in women. "This was a surprise," Hill said............"

Just another fact about how easing stress with a target makes it easier to obtain the ultimate goal with a woman.

- tor-nate-o
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