Love Demystified: Strategies for a Successful Love Life is a recently released book for people in any stage of a loving relationship—finding a new love, fixing a current relationship, loving again after a loss.
The Lost Manuscript
Standing in my garage a few years ago, looking up at all the boxes piled high on shelves, I realized that, when I’m gone, my son will come in and throw everything in the dumpster. So I began a campaign to clean out the garage.
Among Christmas cards from long ago and lecture notes that are now hopelessly outdated, I found a manuscript, LoveLife, that I had written during a sabbatical in 1985. As I skimmed through its 185 pages I quickly realized, with my now 30 years older and more experienced brain, that this manuscript was a piece of crap. Yet, my editorial self could not let it go.
So, I began rewriting it, bringing it up-to-date with the latest scientific evidence and lively cases from my clinical practice. And then I rewrote it and rewrote it, finding my voice and the best way to relate to my audience along the way. Three years later, Love Demystified: Strategies for a Successful Love Life, was finally published.
Many books and blogs giving relationship advice are based on opinion and are sometimes also aimed at a specific audience. A much different approach is found in scientific articles. Scientific research has provided powerful and practical tools that you can use to solve your love life problems. Find these tools here and in my recently released book, Love Demystified: Strategies for a Successful Love Life.