“Love Research” is not a copyrighted term



Searching the web you find people who publically think about love; our colleagues in Manchester; Karen Porter Sorensen’s attempts to find love in New York City; and us.
If you like what we do you should also have a look at Critical Sexology and Lisa Downing’s blog.


And the author has already reacted to Michael’s and other people’s comments

Rewriting The Rules

The first review of Rewriting the Rules is up on the Love Research Network blog. Thanks so much to Michael Gratzke for writing this. It feels amazing, after ten years of planning and writing this book between other projects, to finally have people reading it and commenting upon it. I’ve also received some very thoughtful emails and a lovely Amazon review (thank-you self-help junkie!)

The thing that I am most pleased with in the feedback so far is that most people are using words like friendly, kind, or compassionate. One person over email said that the fact that the book emphasises how tough relationships are, and how we all struggle and make mistakes, was refreshing and helpful compared to the usual ‘expert’ stance of self-help books. For me it was important to write something that could be useful and wouldn’t leave people feeling worse than when they started. That was…

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