Love and Limerence: The Experience of Being in Love
Excellent. Of universal interest. It deals with the subject in an entirely new way.-Simone de Beauvoir Originally released twenty years ago, Love and Limerence has become a classic in the psychology of emotion. As relevant today as it was then, this book offers insight into love, infatuation, madness, and all flavors of emotion in between.
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Opening your eyes to relationshipsUser Review - DEL59 - Borders
This book is great for those going through being in love with someone they know is not the best for them, but can't quite pull away. Explains that kick in the gut feeling when they do or don't do ... Read full review
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