This is Your Brain in Love

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Very Interesting Read!

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Some great advice, but take caution...

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Dr. Earl Henslin's This Is Your Brain in Love is billed to improve a troubled marriage, fuel the fires of passion, and keep a life-long love alive by teaching readers how to bring their best, most ... Read full review

Contents

This Is Your Brain in Love or Is It on Drugs?
1
Sexuality and Spirituality Divine Balm for Your Soul and Brain
11
Bring Your Best Brain to the Marriage
23
The Scattered Lover Prefrontal Cortex
39
The Overfocused Lover Cingulate Gyrus
63
The Blue Mood Lover Deep Limbic System
85
The Agitated Lover Temporal Lobes
115
The Anxious Lover Basal Ganglia
139
The Joy Diet
182
Common Questions About SPECT Scans
190
New Hope Men and Sexual Addiction
194
New Hope Women and Hormones
201
Index
207
Notes
210
About the Author
212
Copyright

The Secret to Lasting Love
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Daniel G. Amen, MD is a physician, clinical neuroscientist, child and adult psychiatrist, and brain imaging specialist. He is the head of the Amen Clinics. He is the author of numerous books including Preventing Alzheimer's, Healing Anxiety and Depression, Healing the Hardware of the Soul, Healing ADD, Making a Good Brain Great, Sex on the Brain, The Brain in Love, Change Your Brain, Change Your Life, Magnificent Mind at Any Age, Change Your Brain, Change Your Body and Use Your Brain to Change Your Age. Dr. Amen is a co-author of the New York Times Bestseller The Daniel Plan Cookbook: Healthy Eating for Life. Dr. Amen is also an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry and human behavior at the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine.

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