Chemistry and Mutual Respect Matter

Beakers containing colorful chemicalsWhy and how to evaluate chemistry among partners.

By August J. Aquila
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Birds of a feather flock together according to the old saying.

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You can generally judge your chemistry with someone in the earliest minutes of meeting them. It’s often best to trust your first impressions, which are based on a lifetime of experience interacting with other people.