It’s what everyone wants: to love and be loved. That is why when love falters and relationships turn hurtful, it feels like we are taking a painful downward plunge. Until recently, we’ve assumed that mysterious forces or chance drove these tides of human emotion and that romantic relationships would remain enigmas, to be fathomed by poets, it at all. We have all been wrong. In the New Science of Love, nationally known psychologist Dr. Fran Cohen Praver, draws on cutting-edge neuro-scientific findings and her two decades of experience as a therapist to prove a startling and hopeful fact: when love fades, we can use our brains to bring it back. Join the live conversation or send your thoughts and comments ahead of time to email@example.com
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