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All you know is that you wouldn’t trade this feeling for anything in the world. If this is how strongly you can feel, why ever settle for anything less?

You crave the pure feeling you had before, but you spend more time worrying than feeling peaceful about your relationship.

All you know is that you wouldn’t trade this feeling for anything in the world. If this is how strongly you can feel, why ever settle for anything less?

When we talk about being “in love”, we’re often talking about a feeling, as opposed to the enduring bond experienced between two people for a long period of time.

You crave the pure feeling you had before, but you spend more time worrying than feeling peaceful about your relationship.

I write a lot about this subject, but today’s newsletter got such a strong positive reaction that I decided to post this on the blog for anyone who does not have a subscription. And if you don’t have a subscription and you don’t want to miss exclusive content like this, please click here to register and get the 5 Massive Mistakes eBook and my free weekly emails that come with it. Thanks.

All you know is that you wouldn’t trade this feeling for anything in the world. If this is how strongly you can feel, why ever settle for anything less?

You crave the pure feeling you had before, but you spend more time worrying than feeling peaceful about your relationship.

I write a lot about this subject, but today’s newsletter got such a strong positive reaction that I decided to post this on the blog for anyone who does not have a subscription. And if you don’t have a subscription and you don’t want to miss exclusive content like this, please click here to register and get the 5 Massive Mistakes eBook and my free weekly emails that come with it. Thanks.

All you know is that you wouldn’t trade this feeling for anything in the world. If this is how strongly you can feel, why ever settle for anything less?

You crave the pure feeling you had before, but you spend more time worrying than feeling peaceful about your relationship.

All you know is that you wouldn’t trade this feeling for anything in the world. If this is how strongly you can feel, why ever settle for anything less?

When we talk about being “in love”, we’re often talking about a feeling, as opposed to the enduring bond experienced between two people for a long period of time.

You crave the pure feeling you had before, but you spend more time worrying than feeling peaceful about your relationship.

Contrary to popular belief, or rather the unpopular opinion, is that I love chemistry. I literally would live and breath chemistry every day if it was possible. While I could have majored in just chemistry, I wanted to be able to do the mechanical aspects of engineering and veered to majoring in chemical engineering instead; however, that has not stopped me from taking all the chemistry classes I can take during my time at WPI.

I'm not really sure when the love for chemistry really set in or if it was just something I was destined to do. Having my father as a chemist and chemistry professor, I heard consistently about chemistry from a young age, clearly not understanding what was going on. I remember very vividly having a day off in elementary school and sitting in on my dad's lecture of general chemistry. While all his students gawked at how cute the professor's daughter was, I sat in the lecture hall and attempted to recreate the notes being put on the board. Maybe that was the start of it all.

By the time my senior year began, I decided chemical engineering would be my major. I applied to colleges that all had chemical engineering programs. I ended up finding WPI and was more than excited to end up attending. Through my freshmen year, I took the typical general chemistry classes, but when sophomore year came around, that's when I knocked things into 12th gear. I ended up taking all the organic chemistry courses and an inorganic chemistry course as well. Why? I don't really know. I just really love chemistry.

Because  the Chemistry is the same the love and love is Chemistry. It must ask a question  ( What are produced materials Dopamine and Adrenaline ? ) It is .... Chemistry of love .

I love chemistry because it is more directly applied than most of quantum physics, but is still an excellent way of understanding the world that we live in.

I love chemistry because of the pleasure I find in understanding how molecular structure affects reactivity and physical properties, and I enjoy using that understanding to make qualitative and quantitative predictions about chemical and physical properties.

I write a lot about this subject, but today’s newsletter got such a strong positive reaction that I decided to post this on the blog for anyone who does not have a subscription. And if you don’t have a subscription and you don’t want to miss exclusive content like this, please click here to register and get the 5 Massive Mistakes eBook and my free weekly emails that come with it. Thanks.

All you know is that you wouldn’t trade this feeling for anything in the world. If this is how strongly you can feel, why ever settle for anything less?

You crave the pure feeling you had before, but you spend more time worrying than feeling peaceful about your relationship.

All you know is that you wouldn’t trade this feeling for anything in the world. If this is how strongly you can feel, why ever settle for anything less?

When we talk about being “in love”, we’re often talking about a feeling, as opposed to the enduring bond experienced between two people for a long period of time.

You crave the pure feeling you had before, but you spend more time worrying than feeling peaceful about your relationship.

Contrary to popular belief, or rather the unpopular opinion, is that I love chemistry. I literally would live and breath chemistry every day if it was possible. While I could have majored in just chemistry, I wanted to be able to do the mechanical aspects of engineering and veered to majoring in chemical engineering instead; however, that has not stopped me from taking all the chemistry classes I can take during my time at WPI.

I'm not really sure when the love for chemistry really set in or if it was just something I was destined to do. Having my father as a chemist and chemistry professor, I heard consistently about chemistry from a young age, clearly not understanding what was going on. I remember very vividly having a day off in elementary school and sitting in on my dad's lecture of general chemistry. While all his students gawked at how cute the professor's daughter was, I sat in the lecture hall and attempted to recreate the notes being put on the board. Maybe that was the start of it all.

By the time my senior year began, I decided chemical engineering would be my major. I applied to colleges that all had chemical engineering programs. I ended up finding WPI and was more than excited to end up attending. Through my freshmen year, I took the typical general chemistry classes, but when sophomore year came around, that's when I knocked things into 12th gear. I ended up taking all the organic chemistry courses and an inorganic chemistry course as well. Why? I don't really know. I just really love chemistry.

Is It Chemistry Or Is It Love? - Evan Marc Katz


ASDN - Chemistry - Chemistry of Love

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