Psychology of love and relationships books
The Psychology of Love by Robert J. SternbergGoodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover.
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But what exactly is love? How does its mechanism spur such poeticism, and how does it lodge itself in our minds, hearts and souls so completely, so stubbornly, as to permeate every aspect of the human imagination? On Love public library is precisely the kind of thoughtful, poetic, highly intelligent tome De Botton has grown famous for. Every fall into love involves [to adapt Oscar Wilde] the triumph of hope over self-knowledge. We fall in love hoping that we will not find in the other what we know is in ourselves — all the cowardice, weakness, laziness, dishonesty, compromise and brute stupidity.
People often say that every painting, every poem, every novel or every song ever created is in someway about love. Love is a central theme in art and in our lives. Here are the 7 best books on the psychology of love that you should consider:. On iTunes at: itunes. She explains what we experience when we fall in love, why we choose a specific person and how romantic love affects your sex drive and your feelings of attachment to your partner.
1. The Social Animal
Some people dismiss self-help books as drivel or a collection of common sense advice that they already know. You just have to know which ones to pick up. Below, several couples therapists share their top-rated books on relationships. Regardless of the state of your relationship, you just might find many kernels of wisdom in these resources. You can learn more about Sue Johnson and her work here. Non-Violent Communication teaches readers how to communicate and resolve conflicts peacefully and productively.
Reading is the supreme lifehack. Distilled knowledge that often took years to assemble can be consumed in just a few hours. And the more you know about social psychology and human behavior, the better. Note: While all of the books below will deal with the human mind, not all of them are purely scientific. A must-read if you can obtain it; I consider it the best presentation of social psychology ever written. A true classic. While the book is informative, the studies are grazed over pretty quickly, not much depth is given to any individual study.