How to Love: Choosing Well at Every Stage of Life
Dr. Gordon Livingston—a physician of the human heart, a philosopher of human psychology—offers an urgently needed meditation on who best (and who best not) to love. As in his previous books, Dr. Livingston demonstrates an unerring sense of what is important, providing readers with a much-needed alternative to the trial-and-error learning that makes wisdom such an expensive commodity.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
2 People to Cherish
3 It Is Not the Answer That Enlightens but the Question
About the Author
Other editions - View all
ability addiction admire adolescence anger anxiety appear beauty become behavior believe capacity character characteristic choice choose conflict confusing couples courage culture depends depression desire develop discern discouragement disorders doesn’t effort emotional empathy especially example expected experience fact Fatal Attraction fear feel fight or flight frequently habitual happened happiness hard high school hope human humor imagine important interactions kind lack life’s listen lives look manifest marital marriage married ment mistakes monogamy multaneously narcissism Narcissistic negotiation ness one’s ourselves parents Parkville partner passive-aggressive percent personality disorders personality types pessimists physical physical attractiveness problem promise prone psychotherapy qualities question quires recognize relationship requires responsible rience risk scorpion seek self-absorbed sense sexual social sociopaths story substance abuse success talking teenagers tend things tion tolerance traits True Things truth uncon usually virtue women