2022 Sept 16
Love is a complicated, painful, wonderful, and abstract thing we are all familiar with. From the fleeting moments of bliss to the deepest relationships, love has also been the subject of objective study, yielding some diverse yet incredible insights. In this episode, we are joined by Rebecca Horne (PhD candidate in the Department of Psychology, University of Toronto), Carole Sandy (a couples and family therapist based in Toronto), and Dawn Maslar-Biggie (award-winning author and Adjunct Professor of Biology based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida) as we explore the science behind love, attraction, and relationships. We hope this episode can highlight some interesting facts about the neuroscience and psychology of love, and how we can use that to create better relationships.
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Couple and family therapist (MEd Counselling, MSc Couple and Family, RSW) at Carole Consults Inc.
Biologist, Adjunct Professor, Author (Men Chase, Women Choose), Founder of Biggie Bioscience
PhD Candidate, Department of Psychology - University of Toronto