Dating psychology books
“Many are shocked to find how often science disagrees with conventional wisdom,” Howes said.
Dan Savage, aka the American Savage thinks monogamy is ridiculous.
“‘Till death do us part” is one of the most horrible ideas ever conceived. If your religion precludes the acceptance of other religions, it’s not a huge step to go from “You are wrong” to “You’re a heretic,” because your standards have narrowed so greatly.We fall in love hoping that we will not find in the other what we know is in ourselves – all the cowardice, weakness, laziness, dishonesty, compromise and brute stupidity.We throw a cordon of love around the chosen one, and decide that everything that lies within it will somehow be free of our faults and hence lovable.The collection is divided into five parts, each focusing on a specific facet of understanding love, from global theories that explain the phenomenon, to the psychology of relationship maintenance, to a critical overview of the field of love research.For many people, love is the most important thing in their lives.
He said that “anyone who feels they’re struggling in their relationship —and it only takes one partner feeling this way to count—will find [this] helpful as [a] framework.” As Solley writes on his website, this book is “clear, easy to read, well organized, and describes a great way to minimize judgment and blaming, and get to the underlying feelings and needs that really matter.” He also features a list of recommended resources on his website.