I have been this bitter and jaded for a while now. Genetic testing? That said, I look forward to reading more by Sukel. Dirty Minds is a very solid read for anyone interested in the science of how love, attraction and sex work; and to my relief, it was very clearly not a self-help book or there to affirm anyone in their search for love, although author Kayt Sukel did tend to adopt the same kind of angle referring to her audience, as though we were all hopeless romantics on the search for romantic love.
But to my mind, it fit. The end result is a reader who doesn't fully understand all the neuroscience, but understands the broad strokes, the implications, the questions that have been and can be answered and, more importantly, the questions that as of now cannot be.
Kayt recounts all kinds of neurological studies and research about varying ways to love; parental love, same-sex love, spiritual love and even lust. No, most vibrators have dirty minds how our brains influence love sex and relationships in Cairns, which is a no-no in the magnet.
Upgrade to Premium now and get unlimited access to the Blinkist library. The lack of hard and fast answers means there is no "right" way to approach relationships, no one "right" partner for me. What I don't like is many parts of the books can be too "heavy" for majority of readers, with so many neuroscience terms.
Advance praise calls it "an engrossing look at a fascinating issue by one of the most fearless science writers in the business" and "a road map for understanding boldness. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
The top three reasons for having sex were the same in both genders - they were having it for love, for commitment, and for physical gratification. An interesting perspective on brain and relationships. Each of the chapters in the book dwells on a different—but similar—topic: the history of studying love, epigenetics and gene inheritance, differences in male and female brains, long-term love, cheating, orgasm, sexual orientation and so much more.
The brain is too complicated for that. I don't think a single chapter did I started out really enthusiastic, but by the fourth chapter, things started to get on my nerves. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Really, it is not a joke, I promise.
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When she asked for some time off to complete a book for publication, I said "of course" and then asked what her book was about. Welcome back. It is distinct, yet related to lust and attachment.