[DVD] The Brain in Love
In this highly entertaining, educational and important follow-up to his two highly successful public television pledge specials Change Your Brain, Change Your Life and Magnificent Mind At Any Age, Dr. Daniel Amen explores the interplay between the brain and our most intimate relationships.
If you want more passion in your life, this DVD is for you. This information applies whether you are single and want to be in a close relationship or you have been married for many years.
Based on his work with over 50,000 brain imaging studies, this program is divided into three parts.
In Part One, Dr. Amen shows you how the health of your relationships is directly tied to the health of your brain. Understanding the brain is the MISSING LINK to helping couples and families who struggle.
In Part Two, Dr. Amen discusses the differences between the male and female brain. This is so important, because it is often simple biology that causes us heartache, or should we say brain-ache. He also looks at why beautiful women make men stupid and how Las Vegas uses this principle to take your money and what you can do about it. Plus, he shows you how your hormones affect the health of your brain and how they can either enhance or ruin your relationships.
And in Part Three, Dr. Amen gives you 7 “brain based secrets” to make love last, to make it unforgettable, starting immediately.
His two prior specials have already helped tens of thousands of PBS viewers to embrace a brain healthy life. The Brain In Love will help your most intimate relationships.
This DVD plus bonus materials contains an extended version of the program that includes 6 additional stories. Plus, there is an extensive question and answer session with the audience. Some of the questions include:
- The impact of hormones on sex and what you can do about it.
- The impact of emotional trauma on the brain and relationships.
- How drug abuse affects the brain and relationships.
- How brain injuries affect relationships.
- How losing a beloved animal impacts the brain.
In total, there is almost an hour of bonus material.