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July 28th 2015:Romance: How Do Men's and Women's Brains and Hormones Affect Relationships?

Fueled by unsustainable hormone surges, romance ordinarily has a limited life span. Recognizing how men and women differ in brain structure and hormone flows can help people create and continue the kinds of relationships they want. Oversimplifying, a woman’s oxytocin and a man’s testosterone promote opposite behaviors and attitudes. That can make magic for a while, but people who expect courtship behavior to continue indefinitely are usually disappointed. Two out of three divorces are initiated by women, often because women want and expect something different from what men deliver. Dr. Kathy F

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Kathryn Foster

Kathryn Foster, Ph.D., is a psychologist in private practice in Ft Worth, Texas. With a masters degree in marriage and family counseling and a Ph.D. in psychology, she has practiced psychotherapy for 27 years. As a researcher focusing on the neuroscience of romance, she has intriguing things to say about how women and men differ and how their differences affect romance and marriage. She deals with the heart of the challenges couples face. Her books include “The Naked Truth About Men (And Romance),” and “What Women Want…Really!” (written for men but meant to be read by couples,) and two novels, “Sessions: Memoirs of a Psychotherapist” and “Finding My Way.” Her website is facebook Share On Facebook
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