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Fantasy Dating Radio: Breaking Down the Science of Love

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“This is your brain. This is your brain IN LOVE.”

Remember that old anti-drug commercial with the egg, first, whole and lovely, and then cracked wide open and frying up? On this episode of Fantasy Dating Radio, Dr. Kathryn Foster breaks down the science and reveals exactly what happens to our brains when we fall in love and what’s to blame for the crazy things we do.

Everyone can get a little crazy when it comes to love and dating. So, wouldn’t it be great to understand the science behind it all? And could all that stuff about men being from Mars and women from Venus be true? Tune into Fantasy Dating Radio on Wednesday, June 3, at 6:00 PM Pacific / 9:00 PM Eastern to learn about a profound brain change in females causes them to “feel their thinking” in ways that men don’t.

Kathryn Foster is a psychologist and the author of The Naked Truth About Men (And Romance) and What Women Want…Really! Join us as we dig into the science behind the scenes.

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Comments

  1. OliveJuice

    June 5, 2015

    I was aware that our brains create all sorts of chemicals when we fall for someone but that scientist said that it can take 1 yr for the brain to normalize. A YEAR??? She said not to make any commitments or big decisions for a year. Most of my relationships only last a year. lol!!!

    • fdadmin

      June 5, 2015

      Thanks for commenting OliveJuice! Amazing how being in love is like an actual drug, right? All the more reason not to rush in. ;)

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