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Crazy For Love: What Falling in Love Does to Your Brain
Feb. 22, 2021
Author:
Emilia Vuorisalmi
Category:
Non-fiction: Health
Description:
A practical and scientific guide to what happens in our bodies and minds when we fall in love from qualified doctor Emilia Vuorisalmi, Finland’s leading voice on love hormones.

Most of us know what it feels like to fall in love, but very few of us actually understand the hormonal changes that drive the way love makes us feel. In CRAZY FOR LOVE, Vuorisalmi combines deep scientific research with personal anecdotes and heartfelt advice to demystify the process of love.

Love is crazy, but it’s not stupid. In fact, there is a scientific explanation behind every stage of love that we experience: from the combus-tion of hormones to each sensory experience we have. Outlining a simple “love map”, Vuorisalmi explains how our backgrounds, person-alities, and environments determine when, how, and with whom we fall in love. It is through understanding our own, unique love maps, says Vuorisalmi, that we can better understand why we act the way we do when it comes to relationships and love.

Guiding readers through practical examples, Vuorisalmi explains why it’s time to take love into our own hands. She explains how understanding the way we love helps us to better understand ourselves, as well as others, leading us to make better decisions in the future.

Following Vuorisalmi’s kind, non-judgemental advice, readers will learn to ride the highs and lows of love with a heightened sense of control. From navigating the emotional turmoil of a break up to communicating within relationships, Vuorisalmi teaches readers that the first step to taking control of their own behaviour is learning to accept themselves.
Rights available:
All translation rights available
Other Information:
Finnish Edition, Full English Translation, Outline, Author Letter
Contact:
Tabatha Leggett
Bonnier Rights
tabatha.leggett@bonnierrights.fi
Offering #:
17556
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