[Download] Love Sense: The Revolutionary New Science of Romantic Relationships By Sue Johnson

Love Sense: The Revolutionary New Science of Romantic Relationships

By: Sue Johnson
Narrated by: Sue Johnson
Length: 12 hours
Release date: Dec 31, 2013
Rating: 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (18 votes, average: 4.50 out of 5)

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The bestselling author of Hold Me Tight presents a revolutionary new understanding of why and how we love, based on cutting-edge research.

Every day, we hear of relationships failing and questions of whether humans are meant to be monogamous. LOVE SENSE presents new scientific evidence that tells us that humans are meant to mate for life. Dr. Johnson explains that romantic love is an attachment bond, just like that between mother and child, and shows us how to develop our "love sense"--our ability to develop long-lasting relationships. Love is not the least bit illogical or random, but actually an ordered and wise recipe for survival. LOVE SENSE covers the three stages of a relationship and how to best weather them; the intelligence of emotions and the logic of love; the physical and psychological benefits of secure love; and much more. Based on groundbreaking research, LOVE SENSE will change the way we think about love.
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23 Responses to “[Download] Love Sense: The Revolutionary New Science of Romantic Relationships By Sue Johnson”

  1. Dean Duford

    A wonderful book on the science of attachment!
    I highly recommend this book to friends and clients alike. Read this book to gain a greater understanding of our need for others and understand how as couples we get side tracked and miss important cues of love. After you read this book … then read Hold Me Tight by Sue Johnson. So good!

  2. Cami Pack

    Transformative Info, Beautiful Reading
    What science says about shaping love and connection. This is incredible. I couldn’t put it down. And it was so enjoyable to listen to the author’s voice. I’m telling everyone I know.

  3. Marry Wischman

    If you struggle with depression, anxiety, or problems with your relationships with those closest to you, this book is a must read for you.

  4. Sandy Sakasegawa

    Wonderful listening
    Listening to this fascinating and helpful book felt like having my own counselor.
    Interesting research and very hopeful and helpful tools to use in your relationships.

  5. Adam

    A solid extension of Gottman’s work.
    Johnson extends on John Gottman’s notion of successful human relationships by focusing on attachment styles. Johnson offers a useful and often overlooked thesis on human bonding, coupling, and cooperation. By focusing her framework through three lenses: secure, anxious and detached attachment styles, the reader is given many examples that seem personal and livable to help recognize problem points in their own lives. Johnson gives an introduction to her “hold me tight” conversations and their healing effects on crippled relationships. An overall helpful read that was unfortunately done better in nearly any of Gottman’s efforts.

    The reader will benefit from Johnson’s insights.

  6. Nisha Weeber

    Hope for couples and our world.
    I am so happy I discovered Dr. Sue Johnson’s writings. She beautifully presents her well researched insights and gives hope to couples everywhere. She identifies a truth that I believe couples will be so relieved to hear and something most will be able to live up to, that is, develop your empathy and understanding, improve your connection and you can work through the inevitable trials in marriage. All the while solidifying your attachment and feelings of love with your partner.

  7. ADD MFT

    Where does Love Sense rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

  8. Rickey Azatyan

    Would you consider the audio edition of Love Sense to be better than the print version?

  9. Madge Pao

    best book on a healthy life ever read
    I’ve read alot of books and this is hands down the best so far. how to make your life healthy, happy and good

  10. Gary Lura

    Simply awesome!
    Amazing book. Could be read before Hold Me Tight. The narration by Dr. Johnson really adds to the material in my opinion.

  11. Lesley M.

    Read this before it is too late.
    My counselor advised me to read this or Hold Me Tight. I learned so much. Unfortunately it was too late for my first marriage, which ended in divorce, and my ex’s remarriage, which is part of the reason I’m getting counseling. It made me so sad to learn things that could have helped, but too late….
    I’ve read and listened to a lot of advice but this is the best! We all need safety and soothing in our close relationships – no games, no manipulation. No trying to be someone you’re not. But learning to identify and share our deep “soft” feelings. I won’t explain it. Read the book. But this is huge. I’m looking forward to applying it to my next relationship.

  12. Clement Hensen

    Emotionally scientific
    Dr. Sue Johnson does an excellent job explaining the science of love for the non-scientific person. She balances the science with examples that resonate with any couple (from those with relationship difficulties to those with secure bonds).

  13. Lyda Trusillo

    Scientific, informative, well written, and entertaining.
    I learned so much. I read hold me tight, also by Sue Johnson and highly recommend reading that first. I read Hold Me Tight several times, as it is a book you study, rather than just read through. Narration was excellent.

  14. Jonah Ziems

    I’ve read a lot of relationship books & this one is certainly one the top 5

  15. fawn

    Save your money
    She uses scripts to illustrate her concepts in practical daily life. Approximately 10% is scientific and interesting the rest is just pure drivel. I gave up with two hours left because I was being actively irritated by it.

  16. Alice Caspersen

    Pretty Good
    Things bogged down a little through the long case studies. But for some, I could see that being the highlight. I could have done without so many. Besides that, some really insightful science with substantial studies to back up her claims.

    I’d say all couples could benefit from listening/reading this book together.

  17. Charlsie Jabs

    Finally Sue narrates her own book!!
    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

  18. Cindy Youell

    If you’re single, you will NEVER find success!!
    Let me sum this book up for you…

    If you are single, either by choice, or by bad luck, then your life is pointless. Don’t try to achieve greatness, don’t try to start your own business, don’t try to change the world. Because, without a mate, you will fail. And you will fail miserably. Your only hope, my friend, is to spend every waking hour trying to find a mate that will suffice. Settle, settle, settle. Just get that mate and watch how your life spirals upward with success!!

    Never mind glaring examples to the contrary, like Elon Musk or (young) Zuckerberg, they were anomalies, apparently. Or, they just don’t really exist.

    This book was so depressing for a single male to read that I almost had to check myself in to see a shrink. Then, I realized just how meaningless this book really was. Now, I’m fine again.

    I’m only writing this review because this book is an utter waste of time for anyone who’s even remotely educated or enlightened. It amazes me that it’s rated so highly, but then again it also amazes me how many Scientologists there are in the world.

  19. Valentin Kammler

    very useful and.enriching!
    a must.read for.couple therapist. very up to.date, scientific and.connected to the questions we.all have around the relationships

  20. Gary Frilot

    Improved our Marriage
    Just listening to this book and discussing with my wife improved our marriage. Easy investment, great returns.

  21. Reinaldo Boardwine

    So excellent. Potentially relationship saving. I work with couples and will be continuing with training in EFT. I’m very excited about learning more.

  22. Ginger Formando

    amazing book I love it!
    the best romantic explanations ever, and I’ve read a lot of books about couples and relationships. thank you thank you thank you

  23. Cassidy Marville

    Therapy for distressed couples
    I am an MFT and I very often suggest this book to clients who are highly distressed. There are many stories that clients can relate to that allow them to see into the deep emotional undercurrents in their relationships.

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