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loving with the brain in mind by Mona DeKoven Fishbane

A lot of the neurology research in this couples therapy primer may feel sort of remedial if you’ve been attentive to the field for the last decade, but the second half of the book helpfully applies that research to an example couple over the course of many chapters, and has some interesting examples of therapeutic exercises to learn from along the way. 

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