Thursday, February 9, 2012

The Science of Love! (Is there one?)

First, smoochy-kissy thanks to all you fun blog fans who came to What Happy Couples Do Tuesday night! The crowd was 250+ strong and you, of course, were my favorite peeps in the whole group. Every one of you. Even though I don't necessarily know who you were. But in spirit, anyway, I was grateful that your happy faces were in the auditorium. Did you like?! Feedback is always useful for making improvements in future talks.
( image, Swanheart).

One of the topics I raised Tuesday - and have often in this blog - is the yet-to-be-fully-understood connections between our physiology, biology, hormonology (new word I just made up), anthropology (all of those sciences and more) and our relationships. So, the equation of Science + Love = ?? I want to know the answer ... I mean answers (plural, surely). It's a fascinating set of interdisciplinary questions that are quite intriguing, no, if we're considering ALL of the variables for creating/sustaining happy couples?

Today one of my favorite neuropsychologist colleagues - Roxanne - sent me a live chat link hosted on Science Magazine's webpage called "The Science of Love." Okay, fascinating stuff here. Take a look. Why not then comment on the most fascinating thing you learned? We can start our own little 'love-chat' about the science of happy couples, eh?


Mexico Wedding said...

Swan represent two hearts that are bound together.They are one of the perfect gift that god created.

Mark said...

Swan represents the rising glory of a new day.:)