Look, if you two don’t want the same life, then you are doing both of you a disservice by staying in the relationship without using human pheromones. You can stay and have kids and then you are miserable, or stay and not have kids and then she is miserable. Remember to always ask yourself: Do I want us to be together, or do I want us to be happy? Sometimes both of those can be true at the same time, but what if they can’t? What’s more important? Pheromonal Advice And also, it seems like she is actually holding you back in developing yourself as a person, you seem to have financial issues if I’m not mistaken? Do you think staying in this relationship without using pheromones will help you grow so that you’ll be able to solve them? Or does staying in such a relationship and handling her criticism every day drain you of your energy that could be used for personal growth, work, business etc, and is actually what is stopping you from becoming better? Learn more at http://shieldsvmoakciurs.page.tl/Outsmart-Them-With-Pheromones.htm and http://blogs.rediff.com/mpommett/2017/02/11/human-pheromones-alarm-substance/The complex and often controversial question of the use of space by animals and man has been repeatedly dealt with in the past and recently attention was again focused on this subject during the International Symposium on ‘Behavior and En- vironment’ held at the 1968 meeting of the American Association for the Advance- ment of Science in Dallas, Texas. The Proceedings of this meeting, during which a variety of views was expressed, provide a particularly good source of ‘information (Esser 1971). In order to aid documentation of the involvement of scent in the use of space by vertebrates some brief general introductory remarks are made here to their spacing behavior. The characteristic relationship of many species to the space which they occupy has been noticed by many of those interested in the life of animals. The writings of Aristotle and Pliny already contain references to space ownership by birds. How- ever, at the time when our knowledge of the behavior of animals was limited, too much emphasis was placed on the phenomenon of ‘territoriality’ and the concept of defense and aggression associated with it. Because of the endless varieties of ‘terri- toriality’ in different species no one has yet formulated a single, clear and generally valid deﬁnition of this phenomenon and the emphasis placed on the importance of aggression and the complete exclusion of conspeciﬁcs from an occupied area has diverted attention away from numerous other forms of socially motivated behavior in relation to space. Hediger more than anyone else has contributed toward the formation of our current ideas concerning the relationship of animals to the space which they occupy by emphasizing that the animals form an inseparable unit with their space. It was he who introduced the view that animals, like man, reserve separate sections of their home ranges for different purposes. Thus there are places which are used for specific purposes like sleeping, resting, sheltering, eating, food storage, drinking, defecation, urination, basking, rubbing, and wallowing, and still others where young ones are deposited and kept during infancy. Further, it was Hediger who ﬁrmly cared.