Every woman’s dream is to fall in love and walk down the aisle. According to anthropologist Helen Fisher, PhD, author of the new book Why Him? Why Her?, has a formula for romance based on mixing the right brain chemistry. Could this be true? It takes two special people to connect with their mind and physical attraction. This is exactly what was happening in the television series The Bachelorette. It is a competitive reality television show drama that started first season in January 2003. Now The Bachelorette show is one of the popular shows on American television where the single female is looking to find a true love and future husband among 25 bachelors. The lucky man, who will receive the final rose, will have an opportunity to propose to the bachelorette. The latest season of Bachelorette feature Desiree Hartsock, loved by many viewers and was rated as one of the nicest and truly real, down to earth female on The Bachelorette television show. Desiree a bridal stylist from Northglenn, Colorado is ready to open up her heart to the right man in hopes to get engagement ring from her future husband. Throughout out the journey of emotional roller-coaster for Des and the viewer’s the main purpose of this is to find the right man who potentially will propose to Des at the final rose ceremony. The last episodes of this show starts with home meets and families of four chosen men who potentially will become her fiancé: Zach, Drew, Chris, and Brooks. Similar to Des many women in United States and all over the world are looking for the right man to marry. Meeting families can be tough sometimes and puts stress on everyone. Families get attached to the person and when it is time to let go can be hard on their feelings. Over thinking what could be done differently, or maybe family member has said something that turned the other person away. Desiree was warmly invited to each home and treated with respect. Men opened...
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