The Brain Science of Love
What is happening in our brain when we fall in and out of love?
Why does love feel the way it does?
How does the neurobiology of love impact our behavior?
Can love last and be rekindled?
What are the underlying brain mechanisms that explain the feeling of being bonded or attached to another individual?
The latest, cutting-edge insights in brain science provide breakthrough understanding into these critical and previously mysterious questions.
In this lecture, you will learn:
– How new insights into understanding the brain science of love provide key strategies to rekindle and keep love alive.
– What is happening in the brain during the various stages of love and the neurobiology behind why love can easily fade.
– The latest brain science understanding of Attachment Theory.
– How new insights into the brain science of mindfulness provide useful and powerful strategies for creating and maintaining healthy relationships.