Most relationships lose the passion after six months to two years after a couple meets, but they can regain their passion through the "bonding drive".
Fairfax, Virginia (PRWEB) July 18, 2012
Noted relationship expert Matt Cook just gave an interview to ABC News where he talked about how to reignite the passion in sexless relationships or relationships that lack the spark and passion.
"It's not for every couple," Cook said. "But it is ideal for couples that want to have more pleasure and that feel their relationship has gone stale."
Cook said his methods rely upon "the most important scientific discovery of the past 100 years" for relationships.
This, Cook explained, is the Oxytocin Discovery. "Oxytocin can reignite the spark and passion in your relationship. It makes your partner more desirable in your eyes. It makes you more interested in having sex with your partner and makes you feel calm, relaxed and full of confidence."
In the interview, Cook discussed sex with the reporter and how to go from a stale and passionless relationship to one with sex every day.
Cook said that most relationships lose the passion after six months to two years after a couple meets. "That is the honeymoon period," Cook said. "And after this, without the Oxytcocin Discovery, a couple naturally grows a little bored and unhappy with each other."
Cook said that relationships can regain their passion through the "bonding drive", which increases the levels of Oxytocin in each partner's brain and body. "The bonding drive keeps the other partner interesting and full of passion," Cook said. "And the bonding drive that builds up Oxytocin creates relationships that can last as long as each shall live."
Cook has prepared relationship tips that increase Oxytocin levels naturally on a special Facebook page. "We update this every day," Cook said, "with new Oxytocin building tips for couples who want more passion, more sex and more interest in each other."
In addition Cook has prepared a brief Youtube video spelling out some Oxytocin building tips.
Asked if he was available for more interviews, Cook responded that he's been "inundated" with requests from reporters worldwide interested in the Oxytocin Discovery.