Love is one of our strongest biological drives, but it can be frustratingly elusive and misunderstood. Music, literature, and movies are filled with common folklore about love, and millions of TV viewers tune in to shows like The Bachelor and read the latest relationship tome with one simple hope: to uncover some nugget of mystic wisdom that will help them understand the exciting, addictive, insane experience called love.
Men Chase, Women Choose is the first book to offer cutting-edge research that explains how the brain works when two people first meet, start to date, fall in love, and then move into real long-term love. Maslar's unique approach brings together the latest and most relevant neurological, physiological, and biochemical research on the science of love while incorporating stories and examples of composite characters based on participants of her popular classes and seminars. She explains that love is actually neural activity as well as the presence or absence of certain neurotransmitters that bathe the brain, and it follows a precisely timed path of four easy-to-understand phases: the exciting norepinephrine-charged meeting phase; the addictive dopamine dating phase; the insane falling in love and losing your mind phase; and finally the safe, warm and wonderful true long-term love phase.
For the past decade Maslar has made it her mission to learn all she can about the science behind falling in love, including its evolutionary benefits. Her goal - and the purpose of this book - is to help men and women find and maintain love by understanding and applying the science behind it.
The bottom line? We actually can have long-lasting, nourishing, exciting, passionate love with little or no risk!
©2016 Dawn Maslar (P)2016 Vibrance Press
i enjoyef this book very much because i knew something was wrong with the way i date. Oh it seems parts of my brain are shut when dating. Okay ... now i know what it is and I can manage myself better
dont waist your money. it talks about the brain neurons and wrap testing in labs does not help with a relationship at all understanding with the biology of.
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