"Understand your brain, improve your relationships." That's what Stan Tatkin has learned from his leading-edge work as a researcher and couples therapist. In this complete audio learning program, he merges current insights from neurobiology and attachment theory to help us shift out of conflict and into deeper and more loving connections. Listeners first learn to identify attachment styles - the patterns of intimacy that begin in our earliest years - both in ourselves and in those around us. Then Tatkin guides us through his proven principles and pratices for biliding enduring security and commitment between couples, family members, and othes that we love.
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I'm so happy I got this book because the sample clip is horrible. It says absolutely nothing about the content of the book. I heard about this book from someone on the radio and it sounded so interesting that I looked up the author Stan Tatkin on YouTube. He has a short video on a homecoming exercise that gives you a little taste of what this book is about.
I have learned more about myself and why I act the way that I do in relationships, from this book than from all the counselors and other books I've read, all put together.
It's more psychology than it is neurology but the character types he describes and the interactions between them were very accurate and useful for me
Knowledge is the only thing you can never lose, and that's why I'm here. Knowledge thrills me.
I liked how it was so simple and easy to follow, and also based on studies of logic and neurobiology rather than all the emotional stuff only.
Definitely, I'm willing to read more about relationships from a more practical side, and to look into how people think in general.
Yes, it's easy, and very simple, so it keeps one interested the whole time.
Nothing bothered me.
The book was read by the author. His reading sounds more like talking and sometimes going off on tangents. Saying "um" a few times even. I prefer that he just read, structure it more like the actual book.
For some of us, a stable long-term relationship eludes us and we often wonder why. As a 30 something year old who never had a LTR, I had to come to terms with my "Island" or "Avoidant" attachment style. This book provides you with a slap in the face and you realize, relationships are messy, people are annoying but they can also be rewarding. In this book more than any other book, you learn the acceptance of your partner and realize you are responsible their happiness and well being as much as he or she is responsible for yours. For someone like me who is very guarded and often expect others to rely on themselves this was truly a paradigm shift in the way I looked at human relationships, not just romantic relationships.
I listen to "Attached: Thew New Science of Adult Attachment And How It Can Help you Find- And Keep Love" by Rachel Heller and Amir Levine. That was a good book and if you have sometime, I would recommend listening or reading that book first to get a good understanding of Adult Attachment Style. However "Your Brian on Love" really for me knocks it out of the park by giving you a solid framework and tool to make any relationship where both parties are interested in making it work the instructions to have a secure stable relationship.
The author Stan Tatkin read the book. At first his voice can come off as irritating because of his accent but I quickly warmed up to it. His voice has a certain warmth that envelopes you. The way he read he book made me feel like we were friends and he was giving some sage wisdom on a nice summer evening on the porch.
This book helped me understand so much more about my life, love, and what I can and cant' do. It was fun to listen to and easy to follow.
Perfect cadence, very clear, super easy to understand. I listened to most parts twice.
made by a woman I spoke with for 4 hours on the phone and never again, no reason given
she said mistake, I say mistake to get this.
By the way no bad words exchanged..none.
It did not have any real information on what to do...i.e..look at the result
Tatkin was fine
it wasn't awful. I listened to it so we would have a new topic of discussion
dont take advice on books from women you dont know....I figure it goes for men as well
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