Category Archives: Leo Buscaglia

The Brain On Love, or “It’s Relatively Easy to Find Someone Who’ll Say ‘I Love You’—It’s Much Harder to Find Someone Who Actually Will Do So”

. (This is my abridgment of a March 24, 2012 article in the NYTimes. The original article can be found here— . I have highlighted and bold-printed what I thought was really interesting about the article and added my own … Continue reading

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When It Comes to Love, We ALL Start Out As Beginners . . .

When it comes to love, we all start out as beginners. It’s like picking up a tennis racquet for the first time. We may like to think that we already know how to hit the ball, and that with a … Continue reading

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