Yes, I’ve been doing a lot of reading! After the relatively tough slog of The Female Brain, Ty Tashiro’s The Science of Happily Ever After: What Really Matters in the Quest for Enduring Love was a quick, enjoyable, informative read.
Dr. Tashiro has conducted extensive academic research on the psychology of relationships and now consults for the Discovery Channel. Using real-life examples combined with the latest research on relationships, Tashiro explores why so many of us make poor choices in choosing a partner, and offers some solutions.
The significance of biological differences between men and women has led to a fair amount of debate in the dating blogosphere, and in academia, The Female Brain made waves a few years ago when Brizendine made the case for significant... Continue reading →
Are you looking for the one thing that will turn your love life around in an instant? What if we told you that there is one trait that is the best predictor of success in dating? As it turns out,... Continue reading →
“I just can’t get over Ryan,” Marie said. “He has the perfect life-the one I’ve been wishing I could live for as long as I can remember. He lives in the most wonderful city, in the most incredible apartment, has... Continue reading →
We’ve already spent a fair amount of time discussing the importance of mutual attraction in a relationship. Without it, you end up with the unfortunate dynamic of one person trying to convince the other to become equally excited about it.... Continue reading →