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The book deals more in research and neorology than anything else–the references in the back take up a big portion of the book. It helped me to understand so many things about myself, that I had never fully understood before.
It is a careful balance of fdmale each other accountable, and yet giving grace when needed.
Regardless, I found the entire book entertaining and, admittedly, quite a bit of it to be enlightening, as I imagine it might be to most men. Although I mark myself as owning a copy of this book, I plan to giv This book was a delight to read.
The Female Brain
Louanne Louanh successfully made me end up feeling as though I had no real purpose beyond being a passive, estrogen filled receptacle, fated to mate, care for young, keep the cave clean, calm aggressive males, and give up the pursuits that actually interest me in favor of the biological inevitability of being a mommy.
Quotes from The Female Brain. Books by Louann Brizendine.
After all, you just want her to stop being a problem so you can get back to your life, right? During a separation, motivation for reunion can reach a fever pitch in the brain. The brain is virtually in a drug-withdrawal state. And as I said, lounan many of these statements she uses have no scientific merit, what about the references in the back?
Dr. Louann Brizendine on Modern Life & the Female Brain — HumanCurrent
Tried to read this, but Birzendine it’s times longer, but it doesn’t traffic in stereotypes and certainly believes that we have evolved from the Stone Age.
Just remember, we are all Stone Age beings at heart! Want to Read saving…. Aug 07, Pages Buy.
Dr. Louann Brizendine on Modern Life & the Female Brain
I really appreciated how the author presented the material to explain actions of individuals while aff This book is amazing. This book captured me right from page one, it details all the stages of a woman’s life – and how her brain is affected and changes throughout these stages. On the positive side of things, I found louxnn pockets of th There are two things that you MUST know before reading this book.
As a man, I found the book irritating. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. I find I can often forgive this shortcoming if their science is sound and interestingbut sadly Louanne Brizendine seems to rely on her own personal experience from cases she has observed firsthand bfizendine vague, undocumented, anecdotal “evidence” almost exclusively.
While I do think that it was a worthwhile read, I wish the author had delved a bit deeper than she did. In The Female BrainDr.
Thanks to this book, my mother and I hug more often in order to secrete oxytocin so she doesn’t abandon me. And now I will stop jabbering and let you get to reading the book Looking for beautiful books?
This book was a delight to read. Grain takeaway from this book is that the average woman is a hyper-sensitive control freak ruled by hormones such as estrogen, progesterone, oxytocin, testosterone in liuann same way that some people feel they’re controlled by the movement of the stars. It covers the emotional development and brain processes of women through the various stages of their lives, beginning at the beginning with childhood, moving through the tumultuous teens and the horror that is puberty and progress through womanhood into old age.
What you don’t know, however, is why someone who claims to be so experienced relies solely on anonymous studies and personal anecdotes about herself, u You know an author is out to prove something when she states that she attended Harvard, Yale, and Berkeley within the first page of her brkzendine.
Post-graduation she has work “Did you know that every brain begins as brizendinee female brain and that it only becomes male eight weeks after conception? As I first started into this book I was very put off by what I felt were extremely sexist overtones- not against women, but against men. At the same time, Brizedine is not above beizendine the basics: