• Love: The Psychology of Attraction

  • A Practical Guide to Successful Dating and a Happy Relationship
  • By: Leslie Becker Phelps, Megan Kaye
  • Narrated by: Iona Campbell
  • Length: 9 hrs and 20 mins
  • 3.3 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Crack the code of compatibility.

Sick of a flat love life? Crack the code of compatibility with Love: The Psychology of Attraction a practical guide to successful dating and a happy relationship.

Which ingredients promise the happiest romantic chemistry? How can understanding your own psyche help you succeed in love? This book answers all your love-related questions and gives you concrete dating tips. Finally understand what makes people tick and use scientific findings from social and behavioural psychologists to get your love life on track. Plus questionnaires and self-analysis exercises ensure the insights gained are appropriate to your own situation.

If you're looking for passion, excitement, security or to fall in love, this relationship road map will put you on the right track, and keep you there.

Dr. Leslie Becker-Phelps PhD is a clinical psychologist, author, and speaker. She writes the Art of Relationships blog for WebMD, as well as the blog Making Changes for Psychology Today, and is the author of Insecure in Love. She lives in New Jersey, USA, where she runs a private practice dedicated to helping individuals and couples feel better about themselves in all aspects of their lives.

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Critic Reviews

"Interactive exercises guide couples onto the road to harmony, and sensible advice will take them even closer to an ideal relationship." (Publishers Weekly)

"...a compelling, easy-to-follow read. This is one of the most straightforward guides to dating available." (Library Journal, starred review)

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10% science, 90% generic advice

0% mind blowing. The science presented in the book is what most people would consider common sense, things you learn within the first couple of people you date. The advice isn't bad, it's just not too illuminating because it again is the sort of common sense stuff you would think to try, or the very first answers on Google if you tried to query your relationship problems.