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The science of love

Through the science of love, we can learn so much about how to shape our most important relationships, how to not feel so alone and how to reach out and respond to our partners.

Curious? Take a look at books by Dr. Sue Johnson based on Emotionally Focused Therapy: Hold Me Tight and Love Sense: The Revolutionary New Science of Romantic Relationships.

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