Loving Madly, Loving Sanely: How to Keep Your Brain from Ruining Your Love Life
From women who love too much and men who dance away to men from Mars addicted to women from Venus, there have been dozens of books about the symptoms of failed relationships. Now, a renowned psychiatrist offers a look behind the symptoms and goes right to the source: his belief that imbalances in the brain chemistry undermine a tremendous number of relationships.
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Mind Brain and Love Life
The Anatomy of Interpersonal Distress
Attention Deficit Disorder and Interpersonal Relationships
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